Watch How MzVee Got Robbed of Money for her Video Shoot

Ghanaian Songstress Vera Hamenoo- Kpeda popularly knows as MzVee has recounted a horrific incident that occurred when she went to South Africa to shoot a video for her new single, “Baby”.

In an interview on 3Fm, she revealed money meant for the shooting of her music video and hotel bills for a week was taken from her by robbers after she landed in South Africa.

She said she and her team dashed into a shop to get items they will need for their stay in South Africa.

But were robbed off the money they had on them and their passports.

She revealed that her team motivated her to stay strong when she almost gave up on the dream to shoot the video.

MzVee said it was embarrassing meeting the video director and at the Police station.

“Some people were looking at me someway, I don’t know whether it was because of the bag or something but they followed us and robbed us of all the dollars we had on us. All the money I was going to use for the music video was taken including our passports,” she said.

“I had to meet the video director for the first time and make some payments but we had to meet at the Police station,” MzVee added.

She revealed the cane back to Ghana with Police Reports.

“When we were coming we had to use the Police Statements. They stopped us at the airport and we were there for a very long time before we were allowed to go through,” MzVee revealed.

MzVee disclosed that the challenges surrounding the Shooting of her song “Baby” makes it dear to her heart.

Watch MzVee’s Full Interview On 3FM Below:

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Posted by 3FM 92.7 on Friday, August 14, 2020
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