MZ VEE PROUDLY FLAUNTS HER MUM

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Mz Vee proudly flaunts her ‘forever young’ mother on social media and it’s heartwarJan
The Sensational hiplife star, Mz Vee, is championing the “sweet mother” goals with a beautiful picture of her mother which she has put on social media.

Mz Vee proudly flaunts her ‘forever young’ mother on social media
The fast-rising female musician who is currently promoting her latest single: “Come and see my Mother” probably put the picture out to show that she is real with her latest song.

Mz Vee’s mother is captured wearing a beautiful smile and she looks very young and beautiful.

She is clad in a colourful African print with colourful beaded necklace to match.

Mz Vee’s mother is called Mrs. Florence Hamenoo-Kpeda.

Her smile in the photo indicates that she is really proud of her daughter’s achievement in the music industry.

The smile could also be an encourage to Mz Vee, assuring her that mummy would always be there for her and support her to attain higher heights in her endeavours.

Mz Vee, born Vera Hamenoo-Kpeda is also an afrobeat, dancehall and reggae singer.

She became popular following her ‘Borkor Borkor’ single which featured VIP.

‘Borkor Borkor’ was followed by the hit song ‘Natural Girl’ which went viral across the country.

Since then, Mz Vee has made sure to give her fans more reasons to love her by the release of good and hit songs.

Some of her songs are: ‘Sing my name’, ‘Abofra’ which she sang with fellow female musician Efya.

Mz Vee has also featured in some songs including Hiribaba and Rewind with record label colleague Kuami Eugene.

Her latest song ‘Come and see my Mother’ features Nigeria’s Yemi Alade and Chris Attoh in the official video.

Vera Hamenoo-Kpeda has said in an earlier interview that she is expecting to be named the Vodafone Ghana Music Awards Artiste of the Year which is upcoming.

wishes Mrs. Florence Hamenoo-Kpeda and her celebrity daughter, Mz Vee all the best in their endeavours.

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