- Nana Yaa Brefo, the former Adom TV presenter, has revealed that Nana Ama McBrown called to shout at her on her show
- She said she never retaliated and kept quiet for the actress to make her point
- Brefo has faced many ridicules following some questions she asked McBrown on her show
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Former Adom TV presenter, Nana Yaa Brefo, has opened up further on her ‘clash’ with Nana Ama McBrown.
Brefo had to resign from her post as a morning show host at the TV station following an interview she had with the actress.
This follows the death of Kumawood actor Bishop Nyarko and the matters arising after.
According to the brother, Nana Ama never called and was only lying to gain attention from the public.
Therefore, in the said interview, Brefo asked the actress to mention the number she called Bishop on for the world to see the actual truth in the whole issue.
According to Brefo, she wanted to give McBrown a chance to prove her innocence before the eyes of all Ghanaians, but McBrown rather got angry with that.
Many people have said the question was useless and hugely criticised the former presenter, however, she has defended herself.
According to her, McBrown called her on her show and shouted at her stressing to be allowed to make her point.
Brefo says she decided to keep mute after McBrown shouted because she has a lot of respect for her.
She added that she refused to apologise to the actress as pressure was mounted on her to do so because she did not see any crime committed in their interview.
Please, watch from the 19:30th - 23:30th minute:
Meanwhile, Brefo says she admires McBrown because she is hardworking.
She revealed that though they do not have any close friendship, they show respect to each other when they meet outside.
The actress has trended in the news for disclosing how a close colleague poisoned her on set.
But for the timely intervention of those around who rushed her to the Komfo Anokye Teaching Hospital, McBrown would have been dead by now.
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