- Nana Ama McBrown has hosted her ‘rival’ Mzbel on her United Showbiz programme
- It happens to be the first time the two have met and chatter together in a close environment
- There had been friction between them after Mzbel disclosed some time ago that McBrown got to marry Maxwell because she Mzbel rejected his marriage proposal
- McBrown fired back saying she does not care about the past relationship that existed between she and Mzbel
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Ghana’s most-loved actress and female celebrity, Nana Ama McBrown, has shown maturity and love as she hosts Mzbel on her United Showbiz programme aired on UTV.
Mzbel was on the show along with other panelists – Bulldog, Arnold Asamoah Baidoo, and another.
This happens to be the first time the two ladies have met face to face to speak after their ‘husband’ saga that trended massively in the news about a year ago.
Mzbel had granted an interview where she was asked about her relationship with Maxwell Mensah, McBrown’s husband.
According to her, Maxwell first proposed marriage to her but she rejected it because she did not like the marriage idea.
Mzbel added that Maxwell approached McBrown after the rejection and eventually got married to her.
To her, McBrown only got to marry Maxwell because she Mzbel turned down his marriage proposal. This means that McBrown could not have had Maxwell as a husband but for Mzbel.
She was quick to add, however, that though she dated Maxwell for a while, they never had any sexual relationship.
McBrown, speaking on the issue in a later interview, said she does not care about whatever existed between her husband and Mzbel in the past, adding that Mzbel is not her friend.
She said the fact that they are both in the entertainment industry makes them a family, but they are not close friends.
McBrown then said in her whole life, she had met Mzbel about three times. It seems this would be the fourth time they are meeting.
Meanwhile, Mzbel was the first to comment on Baby Maxin, saying that she looked like Maxwell’s mother.
McBrown recently put her plush office on display with Maxwell all over giving moral support.
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