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Mesho Hadmire dedicates a song to Meriam Kaxuxwena

By Emilie Shimbali

Last week, local singer Mesho Hadmire, also known as AKA Kakuku, released a series of dulcet lyrics dedicated to the International Model, Meriam Kaxuxwena. Mesho describes Meriam Kaxuxwena as an example to many young people considering that some people have been judging her from time to time.

“I like what Meriam Kaxuxwena does to encourage people. However, when she makes a mistake on social media, she becomes a victim of cyber bullying. In life, we make mistakes but we need to forgive ourselves because that is the only way we can pick up and continue to do good, ”he said.

Meriam has always been admired for her apathetic attitude and her motivational speeches inspired a lot of beautiful songs about the overseas model. So far, Meriam has three songs dedicated to her directly from various local artists.

Mesho said the song had been written back in 2018 but he could not release it because another artist was releasing a song directed to her the same year.

Recently, Meriam took to Instagram to thank the artist through a note and a video on Facebook celebrating her song.


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