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MzVee still going through depression – Lutterodt

Counsellor George Lutterodt has said, he believes singer Vera Hamenoo Kpeda, who is known on stage as MzVee has not fully recovered from the depression that forced her to leave the music scene some years ago.

To him, MzVee is still showing signs of not being fully recovered – therefore needs to see a professional counseling for herself.

Speaking on the ‘Best Entertainment Show’ last Wednesday morning on Okay FM hosted by Halifax Ansah-Addo, Lutterodt said watching MzVee and Delay’s recent interview, she is still going through depression.

He said: “I watched MzVee’s recent interview with Delay, she is not cured. MzVee is still depressed, because depression is not cured – it’s manageable. Church does not manage depression, it would rather give you false hope. MzVee currently into the music scene is no different from the depressed MzVee. She broke bounds from the house, an indiscipline behavior that she should be disciplined. 

“Yes – her colleague musician Efya could offer help but that’s not enough. The last time I watched her interview with Delay critically, she’s still going depression. When you’re treated properly out of depression, the sort of things that earlier made you feel bad, you’ll be okay with it now no matter how long they say to offend you. We call it total recovery in professional counselling. She needs to seek for professional counseling if she wants to go ahead with her music, else whatever happened to her, when it’s being repeated, she’ll break down”

Background

MzVee in an interview with Berla Mundi on January 6, 2020 disclosed that depression forced her to leave the music scene for two years.

According to her, she was “super depressed” between 2017 and 2018 to the extent that her situation negatively affected her professional relationship.

“I was super, super depressed in 2017/2018”, she revealed.

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