Born Maxin Mawushie Mensah and popularly known as Baby Maxin is the daughter of actress cum television presenter Nana Ama Mcbrown. Baby Maxin has been one of the youngest celebrity babies who is loved by many Ghanaians. She is fun to be with, her pictures are attractive and her videos are always hilarious and adorable. When Maxin turned two, her photoshoots flooded the internet and Ghanaians couldn't stop talking about it. These day, a lot of parents are fond of speaking English language more often with their young children rather than their native languages. It is only a small percentage of parents who try as much as possible to teach their children their native languages as early ages as possible.
There is this funny trending video of Baby Maxin online. In this video, Baby Maxin can be seen wearing a very beautiful pink straight dress with a pair of nice pink sneakers. Maxin can be heard speaking twi saying something like; "memmp3 s3 m3hy3 shoe. Hw3 me shoe no". Since she is very young, you can hardly hear what she really wants to insinuate but her actions in the video make it even more funnier.
Here is the link to the video. Kindly click on it to watch the video.
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