Ghanaian actress Nana Ama McBrown, during an episode of her popular show, Onua Showtime, opened up about the different career paths she explored before realising that acting was her destined path.
McBrown reflected on her own experiences while she was interviewing Black Sherif.
She revealed that there was a time in her life when she tried her hand at football and music. However, it was through these explorations that she eventually stumbled upon acting as her true calling.
The revelation came as part of a broader discussion on the show about identifying one’s passion and purpose in life.
The actress emphasized the importance of self-discovery and encouraged her audience to chase their dreams and what they know they do best. Black Sherif and McBrown shared their experiences before stardom.
Blacko recounted how he was certain about pursuing music as his primary focus after completing high school.
A passionate McBrown could relate to what Black Sherif said, prompting her also to share her personal journey.
The actress, in previous interviews, revealed that she drove tippertrucks at a point in her life.