Vee Mampeezy Gives Back To The Needy

What a warm gesture

By  | Jan 28, 2021, 03:51 PM  | Odirile "Vee Mampeezy" Sento  | Top of The

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Vee Mampeezy is undoubtedly one of the country's most hard-working celebs and he at the peak of his career- all thanks to his talent and commitments.

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The Dumalana hitmaker's latest business venture, will leave you all sorts of inspired. In a post of a live video on Instagram Vee, gave his fans a glimpse of the behind the scenes production of his new baby.  The video showed us the bottled water production process.

The musician has launched his new brand called Maveeta, a healthy and fresh bottled water. We do not know when they will hit the shelves but many cannot wait to get their hands on it. His wife Kagiso Sento, took to social media to express how proud she is of him for finally launching the brand.

Vee is currently enjoying the fruits of his labor and he is in the spirit of giving. His latest kind gesture has melted the hearts of many social media users.  In a post yesterday, the musician revealed that he bought loaves of bread for the less fortunate. He said due to his income having been affected by the COVID-19 pandemic, he could not afford to provide hampers to the people.

"As u all know I've been giving food hampers to the people as a way of helping others. Since I haven't been able to buy these food hampers due to how our industry was affected by Covid. I decided to go and buy loaves of bread and give it to my people. I honestly believe that giving is giving no matter how small what u give is. So I encourage people out there to give others and make a difference. By the Grace of GOD I believe that in February I'll be able to give food hampers and please pray for me about that. In the meantime, I'll continue to give this bread until I can afford something bigger,' reads his post.

The musician has always had a good heart. Recently he extended a helping hand to artists who were affected by the COVID-19 pandemic.

Many artists who rely on gigs have had no income in the past couple of months and some continue to weather the storm. Vee Mampeezy said he assisted several of them.

"I'm writing this post not to fight or be political I'm writing this post because I have been helping other artists SECRETLY to pay their rent and buy food for 9 months, but starting this month I can't help anymore because of the business pressure, My CRY is who is going to help them now, Please Task Force TEAM bulela Bana babereke we don't need big Numbers just increase a little bit !! Artists are depressed, The industry is dying ..May GOD be with us," he wrote on Instagram.

Congratulations Vee!

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