- Ghanaian singer MzVee has got her fans excited after releasing a video of herself dancing happily
- In the video, MzVee was seen holding a plate of food and while she was eating, she smiled and danced on a song
- Her fans, after watching the video, expressed admiration and love for the former Lynx Entertainment artiste
Popular Ghanaian musician MzVee has got social media buzzing after dancing with excitement in a video.
In the video, the 'Come And See My Mother' hitmaker who was seen eating danced happily at the same time.
The Afrobeat singer who seemed happy danced for a few seconds on a song that played at the background as she was joined by another man.
After posting the beautiful video, MzVee captioned "Let me charm you with my moves... ♀️♀️ Assistant choreographer.. @roipaps."
MzVee's dance moves that she displayed got fans excited as they heaped praise on her:
@sparklingdoxx expressed love for MzVee: "U are always on point nothing can change my love for you❤️."
@lilyounggh asked MzVee to invite him: "u will not invite us,mpo,make we come chop somebt u dey show us ur dancing moves,chop time no friend ampa."
@thecountjason claimed he wants to eat some of the food: "I’m coming with my plate !! Dnt finish all the food plz."
@babyado.524381 had this to say: "Mzvee de3 if she gets food trust me she can even dance pass Michael Jackson love you baby ghal"
@mawulolokpavi commented: "Chaley chop well give me eh. sake of say food be life ur dance moves."
Meanwhile, MzVee was in the news recently after posting a screenshot of her contract termination letter with Lynx Entertainment.
After eight years with the record label, the 'Natural Girl' hitmaker ended her working relationship with her record label.
In the letter, MzVee expressed appreciation for her former manager Richie, thanking him for the support all these years.
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