Efya Helped Me Through My Depression When I Left The Music Scene- MzVee Reveals

MzVee’s sudden disappearance from the music scene caused an uproar on social media especially since she managed to release hit songs back to back in 2017 and 2018.

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There were several rumors that she was pregnant hence the need for her to quit music.


MzVee has however come to explain what really lead her to flee the music scene for sometime.

Speaking with  Berla Mundi on TV3’s New Day on Monday, January 6, 2020, MzVee disclosed that she was suffering from  severe depression which lead her to do some soul searching.

“When my whole depression thing happened, I did un-follow people…I just wanted time away. I was lashing out in ways I didn’t even understand…I pulled away from everyone…I coiled up in my shell,” She stated.

MzVee further added that her depression was so severe that she would hide in the corner of her room and cry her eyes out

The “come and see my mother” hit maker  added that  despite the seriousness of her condition, she did not consult any psychologist or therapist for assistance but rather resorted to the counsel of her colleague songstress and best friend Efya.

According to MzVee, Efya understood her condition and helped her overcome it .

“she understood my condition and helped me during that time,” she recounted.

MzVee also appreciated her family for standing by her throughout her healing process.

Another good news for her fans is that she is back to the music industry bigger and better and would be releasing her first single for 2020 soon.

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