- Nana Ama McBrown's daughter Baby Maxin has emerged as the most popular celebrity kid in Ghana
- Baby Maxin was voted the winner of the award in YEN.com.gh's Readers Choice Awards for 2020
- The actress daughter won over three others including Stonebwoy's daughter Jidula, Tracey Boakye's daughter Nhyira, and Strongman's daughter Simona
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Star actress Nana Ama McBrown's daughter Maxin Mawusi Mensah, popularly known as Baby Maxin, has been voted as the most popular celebrity kid in Ghana.
Baby Maxin was voted as part of categories in YEN.com.gh's Readers Choice Awards 2020.
As part of activities to round off the year, YEN.com.gh organised an online award scheme for our readers to select their choices in a list of categories.
One of the categories happened to be 'Celebrity Kid of the Year' which sought the opinions of readers on the which Ghanaian celebrity's child they deem as the most popular in 2020.
Weeks after the post, McBrown's daughter has emerged as the deserving winner of the category.
She came tops ahead of three other children of Ghanaian celebrities including Tracey Boakye's daughter Nana Akua Nhyira, Strongan's daughter Baby Simona, and Stonebwy's daughter Catherine Jidula.
While Maxin's win could be described as a comfortable one, the three other nominees also performed creditably and many readers could not even choose between the four of them.
For many social media users, Baby Maxin's win will not come as a surprise as she wowed her mother's followers since making her first appearance online.
Born on February 21, 2019, Maxin was kept away from the public until she turned one year and celebrated her first birthday.
Baby Maxin's birthday saw her mother organising a party for an orphanage in the Ashanti region where she donated a newly constructed building as well.
From that time, Maxin had an Instagram account and YouTube account opened for her and she has amassed a large following on social media.
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