Baby Maxin: McBrown's daughter shows swag in new photo; fans shout

Baby Maxin: McBrown's daughter shows swag in new photo; fans shout

- Nana Ama McBrown's daughter Baby Maxin has dazzled fans in a new photo

- The photo has Baby Maxin looking gorgeous as she stepped out in an all-white outfit like a Fashionista

- Followers of the little girl's have drooled over the new photo

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Nana Ama McBrown's daughter, Maxin Mawushie Mensah popularly known as Baby Maxin, has been spotted showing swag in another stunning photo.

Since she was unveiled on social media on her first birthday on February 21, 2020, Baby Maxin has been warming hearts on social media with her beauty.

In a photo sighted by, Baby Maxin is seen in an all-white shorts and blouse with white sandals to match.

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Baby Maxin is seen posing like a model as she showed her swag in the photo.

Complementing Baby Maxin's look was a per of white ribbons in her hair and some sparkling earrings to match.

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Sharing the photo, McBrown who operates Baby Maxin's Instagram account wrote: "Happy Child From Above #GratefulLord ".

Baby Maxin's photo got many of her followers hailing the little girl's beauty.

@pearl_enyo : "Cute baby"

@florence.n.douglas: "Lovely"

@ryndelperfumerygh: "Cute"

@gifty.debrah: "Our swagger baby Maxin. Modeling in style"

@abronamaa_nyarko: "Baby girl for life"

@godwinhola: "Princess"

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See the photo below: earlier reported that Nana Ama McBrown has opened up for the first about Nana Yaa Brefo resignation from the Multimedia Group.

Nana Yaa Brefo announced her resignation from the Multimedia Group in the late hours of May 16, 2020.

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Nana Yaa Brefo came under serious criticism after several people lambasted her for the kind of questions she asked Nana Ama McBrown during an interview about the demise of late Bishop Bernard Nyarko recently.

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