Vee Goes Up Against Charma Gal

Who will win this?

By  | Apr 27, 2021, 10:59 AM 

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Multi-award-winning musician Vee Mampeezy and Charma Gal, have teamed up towards a good cause to assist several artists in the industry to change their lives.

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Vee who has his fingers dipped in various solid business ventures is one of Botswana's hard-working artists with multiple streams of income. With how unpredictable the entertainment in the industry is, the musician has always found numerous ways to keep on securing the bag and he wants to make sure that artists diversify their talents.

In a post on his Instagram page, Vee shared that they have teamed up with Charam Gal to help artists in the country diversify into businesses and short causes. "An initiative to help artists to diversify into business and other short courses so that they can be able to earn a living for themselves. Let the battle begin. Listen to the interview tomorrow at 2 pm for more details," Vee shared

Vee's career has been on an upward trajectory and no one is more deserving than him at the moment. The musician recently launched his bottled water brand Maveeta.

In a post he shared on his Instagram in February 2021, the musician can be seen sitting at a table with two people and he is seemingly signing a contract or partnership. He captioned the post "We just signed, all the to glory GOD!!!πŸ™πŸΏπŸ”₯πŸ‘Œβ€.Now let’s take MAVEETA to the people." Fans flooded his comments section with congratulatory messages.

Prior to this, Vee had shared that he was officially bankrupt due to his business having been affected by the harsh lockdown restrictions in the country.

"I would  like to congratulate the TASK FORCE TEAM, ur plan had worked  I'm officially bankrupt, big up to u guys for the good job u are doing  of destroying  Batswana  business, many Batswana companies have closed and people  are jobless!"

He also opened up about how artists were depressed due to the lockdown restrictions which saw events being canceled and artists unable to generate an income and pleaded with the Task Force Team to open up the industry so that artists can have more work.

"Trying to ask for a job within this 9 months is not easy for there are no Jobs still, trying to divert into the new business in 9 months it's not easy because u need money to invest and also learn a new business."

"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.

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