Wahala for people without foreheads, mzvee lashes out to fans.
By InnocentNewsGh | self meida writer
Published 20 days ago - 136 views
The beautiful Ghanaian musician Mzvee has sent a message to some of her fans as he showcase her big forehead.
The musician posed for the picture showing her forehead. Mzvee was seen looking happy in the photograph as she acquires new braids. Mzvee looked more beautiful as she wore a spectacles.
Above Mzvee's beautiful pictures were the quote “Wahala for who no get forehead" Whenever someone reads the quote what comes to mind is, is Mzvee criticizing those without big foreheads? Or is the musician saying this to save herself the criticism on her forehead. These questions can only be answered by the musician as no one knows what she meant at that particular moment.
However, Mzvee left us with something to discuss, our main focus is shifted on the picture of the beautiful musician. Have a look at the all natural Mzvee's big forehead picture below. What's are your reviews on the picture of the musician.
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