My Nomination at BET Awards has Changed My Life – MzVee

MzVee’s BET nomination remains on the lips of Ghanaians, most of whom are still proud of the young diva for representing the country.

After the iconic BET awards, Ghana’s MzVee, though didn’t bring back the crown, has expressed how fulfilled she is, having been the one who represented the country. The all blacks event was held at the Microsoft Theater in Los Angeles, United States of America on Sunday, June 26.

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MzVee’s BET nomination has remained on the lips of Ghanaians, most of whom are still proud of the young diva for representing the country. MzVee was nominated in the best category of  ‘Best International Act -Africa’ alongside other African artistes; AKA (South Africa), Cassper Nyovest (South Africa), Black Coffee (South Africa), Diamond Platnumz (Tanzania), Serge Beynaud (Cote D’Ivoire), Wizkid (Nigeria), and Yemi Alade (Nigeria).

However, the beautiful songstress lost the award to Black Coffee of South Africa at the event.

Speaking on Pluzz FM’s Am Pluzz, the ‘natural girl’ singer expressed so much happiness for being at the BET awards. She revealed that her nomination in this year’s BET has really opened so many doors for her. The ‘hold me now’ hit-maker who said she did not feel bad about not winning the award, took to her Instagram page to congratulate South Africa’s DJ Black Coffee.

MzVee and South Africa's Black coffee
MzVee and South Africa’s Black coffee

When asked if she has some big international collaborations coming up, the 24-year-old said she prefers to keep her plans to herself at the moment, but that her fans should expect something big from her this year.

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To the more interesting part, MzVee once again, did not fail to deliver as she slayed in a lovely Nontera design. She indeed represented Ghana, and Africa as a whole.

MzVee's BET nomination
MzVee Flaunting her unqiue look at the BET Awards

While many appeared in western outfits, she promoted the African pride by portraying what the continent stands for. Fans have since applauded her for her brave move.