- A Kumasi-based prophet has predicted doom for Nana Ama McBrown’s marriage
- He said the marriage would collapse and leave the actress disgraced
- But Nana Ama has quoted Isaiah 3:10 in a subtle response to that doom prophecy
YEN.com.gh reported the news of a Kumasi-based prophet predicting doom over the marriage of popular actress Nana Ama McBrown.
According to the self-acclaimed prophet called Stephen Kwadwo Adom, Nana Ama’s marriage with Maxwell Mensah would collapse if care is not taken on her part.
He added that the divorce would leave Nana Ama McBrown disgraced.
However, in her latest post sighted by YEN.com.gh, Nana Ama McBrown seems to have subtly responded to that doom prophecy.
The actress quoted a scripture at Isaiah 3:10 which reads: “Tell the righteous it will be well with them, for they will enjoy the fruit of their deeds.”
Nana Ama completed that scripture with emojis of praying hands and love, indicating that she was indeed praying for the goodness and success of her marriage.
Nana Ama seems to find comfort in this scripture which assures her that she will enjoy the fruit of her deeds.
This could mean that if she is working hard in her marriage, therefore, she will by all means enjoy it and no bad prophecy can ruin it.
Her choice of scripture also portrays her as a god-fearing woman who looks up to God for her welfare, especially, in her marriage.
This is not the first time Nana Ama has received a bad report about her marriage.
Whenever she was in the news, it has got to do with her union with her husband.
She was recently accused of forcing her husband, Maxwell Mensah, to love her because his attitude as captured in videos does not prove he is happy with her.
However, Maxwell responded to those reports, saying that he does not need to laugh around because he is not a mad man.
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