- Nana Ama McBrown has been spotted singing and dancing to Emelia Brobbey's new single titled 'Fame Kɔ'
- Nana Ama McBrown, in a video, was seen enjoying herself as the Fame Kɔ song played in the background
- Since its release, Emelia's song has received a lot of negative feedback, with some fans mocking her voice
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Ghanaian actress and television personality, Nana Ama McBrown, has been spotted jamming excitedly to Emelia Brobbey's new single, Fame Kɔ.
In a Facebook video sighted by YEN.com.gh, Nana Ama got the lyrics to Emelia Brobbey's song on point as she sang confidently. She appeared to enjoy the song as if the lyrics in it resonated with her.
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Nana Ama was definitely supporting her fellow Kumawood actress by promoting Emelia Brobbey's first song.
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Emelia Brobbey's single has been criticised by some Ghanaians, who say the song was poorly executed and that the actress-turned singer does not have a good singing voice.
On social media, Emelia Brobbey was roundly mocked, with some netizens questioning whether it was necessary for her to have released the song.
Nana Ama McBrown's decision to publicly celebrate Fame Kɔ represents a strong show of support for Emelia Brobbey amid the ongoing condemnation of the song.
One of those who has been vocal about not liking the song is Jacinta Ocansey, a Nigerian-born Ghanaian comedian.
Jacinta released a video that showed her making fun of Emelia Brobbey's voice and mocking her singing style.
Nana Ama is not the only actress to have promoted and enthusiastically celebrated the song. YEN.com.gh earlier reported that another actress, Vivian Jill, also demonstrated support for Emelia Brobbey's song by dancing happily to it in a video.
In the video, Vivian Jill, who was listening to the song in her car, expressed excitement about the song and sang excitedly along.
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