- Nana Ama McBrown has opened up on why she shows off her daughter Baby Maxin
- She said the girl is a brand ambassador and needs to be shown off
- McBrown also said Baby Maxin has a growing savings account and she is always willing to support her to get more
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Popular actress Nana Ama McBrown has finally told why she shows off her daughter Baby Maxin on social media.
She said she sees nothing wrong with that because the baby is a brand ambassador and needs that kind of exposure to promote her brands.
McBrown revealed that many people have raised concerns about that with some advising her to hide her daughter.
However, the actress said she believes God will take care of her daughter and protect her, and so, she is not afraid to show her off.
She disclosed that Baby Maxin’s ambassadorial role is fetching her money, adding that her account keeps growing.
McBrown added if God permits them to have long life, she will always support her daughter so she could have a good savings account by the time she grows up.
Kindly fast-forward to the 16th minute to watch McBrown speak on the subject:
Baby Maxin has been in the news for jumping and singing her favorite cartoon song while watching television. She was having so much fan as she continued to clap her hands.
Her mother recently put her room on display looking like a big boutique.
Meanwhile, McBrown has said she will close down any school that allows its teacher to beat her child.
She said she would not tolerate it even if a teacher spanks her daughter, stressing she will close down the school.
McBrown came under a barrage of criticisms for her comments, however, she was unperturbed and said those who insult her are mainly hungry people.
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