Vee Mampeezy's Maveeta Is Finally Here

The grind never stops

By  | Feb 22, 2021, 05:25 PM 

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Vee Mampeezy has always been business-oriented. The musician wears many hats, as he dabbles in music, business, and producing and everything he does turns to gold.

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His hard work has afforded him many luxurious in life and he continues to set the bar high in whatever he does. The star has recently been promoting his new business on social media and it is getting good reviews. Vee recently launched his still water brand Maveeta.

He is overjoyed and honoured by the support he has been receiving from his legion of fans who keep on sharing snaps of them enjoying his water or purchasing it. The brand recently hit the shelves and it is currently available at Choppies. Even the likes of ATI have given him thumbs up for his latest business venture and we are here for it.

It’s no surprise Vee does so well for himself. He is after all one of Botswana’s biggest celebrities. He’s also very hard working. He’s been dropping music video after video. His Dumalana music videos reached 8.4 million views together. His hit single ‘Dololo’ has 1.2 million views and ‘I Love You’ has 1.5 million views. Always one to show his appreciation, the hitmaker has thanked his fans for helping him achieve his success.

Vee is also quite an inspirational celebrity. Vee often shares words of encouragement with his fans. His latest kind gesture has melted the hearts of many social media users.  In a post recently, the musician revealed that he bought loaves of bread for the less fortunate. He said due to his income having been affected by the COVID-19 pandemic, he could not afford to provide hampers to the people.

"As u all know I've been giving food hampers to the people as a way of helping others. Since I haven't been able to buy these food hampers due to how our industry was affected by Covid. I decided to go and buy loaves of bread and give it to my people. I honestly believe that giving is giving no matter how small what u give is. So I encourage people out there to give others and make a difference. By the Grace of GOD I believe that in February I'll be able to give food hampers and please pray for me about that. In the meantime, I'll continue to give this bread until I can afford something bigger,' reads his post.

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