Mcbrown speaks on her marriage divorce; drops more secrets


Empress Nana Ama Mcbrown has spoken up about her viral marital difficulties with her husband Maxwell Mensah for the first time in a radio broadcast.

Nana Ama McBrown, a Ghanaian actress and television personality, has vehemently denied rumors that her marriage to Maxwell Mensah is on the verge of dissolution.

These rumors about their marriage had gathered hold, with some claiming that her spouse had been connected with another lady, hence her reported disappearance from their shared house.

Nana Ama McBrown informed the public on the Daybreak Hitz show on Hitz FM, presented by Andy Dosty, that their marriage tie is as strong as ever, and there is no reason to be concerned.

She also spoke up about how she handles the challenges of social media, highlighting her inner strength and unshakable desire to defy external influences.

Nana Ama emphasized on the fact that, as a renowned public person, she understands that her life is a topic of public debate, and people are bound to talk about it.

Nonetheless, she emphasized her right to choose which voices and information she engages with on social media.

Her fortitude shows through as she emphasizes that public perception will not break her spirit since she sees herself as a contented lady with all of the necessities for a comfortable existence.

Nana Ama McBrown revealed details about her personal life in addition to her professional life. She revealed that she and Maxwell Mensah have been married for around 12 years and have enjoyed the delights of motherhood, cherishing their daughter, Maxine.


“I am happy at home, we are happy. We are very happy, extremely happy. It’s just like life [which comes with] ups and downs. So it’s not what they are saying. I am not here to respond but I just feel like me and my husband we are cool, we are fine. So there is no need talking too much about it,” she said.

“I don’t have any pressure. You don’t know me. I buy my own food. I came here in my own car. It’s my own car, I bought it myself. I fuel it myself. I live in my own house. I live in a house I built with my husband, we are fine. So if you live in a rented house and you talk about me, I won’t be worried about your pressure,” she intimated.

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