I worked hard for my fame and relevance in the showbiz industry – Mcbrown tells critics

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Star actress, Nana Ama Mcbrown has blown her own trumpet following the hot argument that Despite Media made her as strongly claimed by Ola Michael, Abena Moet and Kwame Nkrumah Tikese.

Speaking in an interview with 3FM’s Johnny Hughes the veteran actress firmly stated that she has worked more than hard to get to where she is at the moment.

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According to Mcbrown, the assumption that some media house or a group of people made her is flawed because she attained her fame through hard work and the grace of God.

The seasoned actress who wants to be remembered for her passion for work maintained that she owes her success story to herself considering all the years of hard work and sacrifices.

“Whoever is saying what about me, I leave that person to God because I know myself and I know I have worked my way through here. I didn’t come here just for the sake of my beauty or maybe my smile. I have worked to make my smile impactful. I am here because I have worked, oh Jonnie I have worked!” she hammered with pride.

McBrown also expressed her appreciation to her new family for the grand welcome party at her unveiling ceremony on Monday, March 13, 2023.

“You have no idea how I am relieved and happy to be a part of this family. You have no idea…I wasn’t expecting the grand welcome…to have Captain Smart and the rest to wear my t-shirt with Berla around going live, yourself, Jonnie, the drums. I wasn’t expecting that, It was beautiful. Right there, I felt home,” McBrown disclosed.

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