- Nana Ama McBrown's daughter Baby Maxin has been spotted in a new funny video
- The video has Baby Maxin chewing chicken like an adult at the birthday party of her sister Phoebe
- Baby Maxin's demeanour has stirred funny reactions on social media
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Star actress Nana Ama McBrown's daughter, Maxin Mawushie Mensah, popularly known as Baby Maxin, has once again become the toast of social media users.
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This follows a new video of the one-year-old chewing chicken during the birthday party her mother organised.
Phoebe Mensah, the daughter of McBrown's husband, Maxwell Mensah, turned a year older over the weekend.
The star actress and TV presenter held a party in celebration of Phoebe's birthday on Sunday, June 21, 2020.
The party happened to be a joint one as Phoebe's brother, Chauncey Mensah, had also celebrated his birthday earlier in the month, on June 11, 2020, and his was joined in.
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In one of the videos from the party, Baby Maxin who was dressed in a t-shirt with the inscription "celebrating my siblings' birthday", could be seen busily chewing her chicken.
Being held by the side of one woman, Baby Maxin looked not interested in anything going on around and concentrated on just chewing her chicken.
Since the video came up on social media, many people have found it hilarious and have shared funny reactions.
@nanaakuaserwaaagyapong said: "Maxin your mouth dey sweet you oooo."
@cutiebridal_gh brought a funny angle to it: "Onaapo chicken".
@rainbow_expressdeliveries wondered: "Who doesn’t like good and tasty chicken?"
@yummymamalou likened Maxin to her mother: "Sweet. Good appetite. Crab no born bird!"
Meanwhile, Nana Ama McBrown had earlier celebrated her stepdaughter on her birthday by sharing a video from the party.
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