Vee Mampeezy's Dumalana Music Videos Reaches 8.4 Million Views

The musician is on a winning streak!

By  | Jan 12, 2021, 10:03 AM  | Odirile "Vee Mampeezy" Sento  | Top of the

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Vee Mampeezy's career is on an upward trajectory and no one is more deserving than him.

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The musician has welcomed 2021 on a good note as he has announced that the music video for his hit song Dumalana, has reached 8.4 million views on YouTube. His hit sing Dololo has amassed 1.2 million views and I love You is sitting at 1.5 million views.

Vee Mampeezy thanked his fans for the support they have been showing him.

The musician made headlines recently after they were involved in a heated exchange with his wife Kagiso Sento. This follows after Vee accused her of infidelity.

Speaking to The Voice, Kagiso said, “We had been hanging out by the pool area like a regular family. At around 2am the children retired for bed whilst we continued our night watching television. As the night went on I received a phone call from one of his fans wishing us a happy new year. As soon as I hung up the call Vee accused me of infidelity and I tried to explain to him who the person on the phone was.”

Vee damaged her phone and she retaliated by smashing his cars. Kagiso said she did not hit him nor did he. She said Vee locked her in a room as he called the police to intervene.

“I am the one who asked him to leave because had he stayed in that night, things would have gotten out of control. I am being labeled as some psycho but I am not. I wouldn’t just assault my husband. I never did. I never touched him. I would be lying if I say he laid hands on me too.

Vee spent a couple of days taking a social media break and when he returned back he thanked his followers for the support. "I just wanna say I'm humbled by the love Botswana is giving me GOD bless my country 🇧🇼." he wrote on Instagram.

Another local artist who has been making waves in the local music industry recently is Botswana's finest Wiliam Last KRM, who has bagged a coveted award at the annual SA Black Twitter Awards

The awards were hosted on Twitter on Friday evening by Mzansi's famous parody Twitter account Jan Van Potgieter.  Our very own William Last KRM made us proud again when he was awarded the coveted Music Video of The Year award, for his music video Tinto. Taking to his Twitter account to celebrate his win he posted a snap of his awards with an emoji of folded hands.

Congratulations Vee and William

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