- Nana Ama McBrown’s daughter, Baby Maxin, has sang happily in a new video
- She was watching a cartoon series on the television that got her so hyper
- Her mother indicated in the caption that it was her favourite cartoon song
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Baby Maxin, Nana Ama McBrown’s daughter, has excited her fans with a new video jumping and clapping as she watched a cartoon series on television.
She was in the arms of one of her big sisters when the song was being played.
Maxin is seen excitedly clapping her hands and her facial expression shows that she was over the moon.
It was indicated in the caption that the song is her favourite song. No wonder Baby Maxin sang that gleefully.
Many people have reacted to the video and are so proud of Baby Maxin.
Ewurabena, Leticia, and Nannette describe Baby Maxin as adorable:
leticiababe2: “Adorable Baby Maxin.”
nannette_3: “Awwww she's adorable.”
Diana admired Baby Maxin:
obaapaefyadiana: “awwww cutie Maxin.”
Naya also called her a Princess:
naya.nicci: “My princess.”
Dzifa could also not stop admiring her:
Awo also called her brilliant girl:
awoscollections: “Brilliant Girl.”
Another fan also admired Baby Maxin:
my_home_essentialsgh: “Awwww this is lovely.”
Baby Maxin has shown with her activities on social media that she is indeed intelligent, creative, and talented just like her versatile mother.
She was in the news some time ago for singing and dancing to Kidi’s Say Cheese song.
In another report, she was captured braiding the hair of a doll like an experienced hairdresser.
In yet another report, a video of Baby Maxin exercising with her mother was published.
Her mother recently put her room on display looking like a big boutique.
McBrown was in the news for saying that she will close down any school that allows a teacher to beat her child.
She said she would not tolerate it even if a teacher spanks her daughter, stressing she will close down the school.
McBrown came under a barrage of criticisms for her comments, however, she was unperturbed and said those who insult her are mainly hungry people.
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