- A fan by the name Kimch has commented on actress, Nana Ama McBrown, and her daughter
- He said McBrown is pressuring Ghanaians with her daughter by sharing photos everywhere
- McBrown revealed the kind of pressure Ghanaians put on her to marry and have a child
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A video of actress Nana Ama McBrown opening up about the struggle she went through before getting married has landed her in fresh trouble.
In the video, McBrown reveals that her mother and family did not pressurise her into marriage, but rather, Ghanaians.
According to McBrown, the pressure for her to get married was so overwhelming and that surprised her because even her family was fine.
Then, after she got married, pressure mounted on her again to have a baby.
Reacting to her video, a fan with the username Kimch wrote that just as McBrown was complaining about being pressurised, she is also pressuring Ghanaians with her daughter.
Kimch explained that McBrown is “displaying Baby Maxin everywhere”.
He went on to explain:
“The way you giving us pressure now after your birth is the same way Ghanaians gave you pressure. Displaying baby Maxin everywhere. Sister, you also giving us pressure.”
Meanwhile, Kimch is not the first or only person making such a complaint.
Earlier, another male fan raised a concern that McBrown made a mistake by flaunting Baby Maxin to the world. He gave his own reasons, explaining why that is harmful to the child.
"It's not for nothing that most celebrities try to keep their children from the diabolic and mischievous public and the media.”
The actress was also bashed following a video of her licking her baby like toffee. Ghanaians said it was unhealthy for the actress to push her tongue into the baby’s mouth.
She also flaunted the baby's room looking like a boutique in a video published by YEN.com.gh.
In a related development, a video of Baby Maxin singing and dancing to KiDi’s Say Cheese song has excited fans.
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