Nana Ama McBrown Says She Would Not Have Dated Certain Men If She Knew She Would Be Famous

Nana Ama McBrown Says She Would Not Have Dated Certain Men If She Knew She Would Be Famous

  • Nana Ama McBrown shared some regrets regarding her dating life before tying the knot with her husband Maxwell Mensah
  • She also spoke about the influence of friendships on one's life and how the past can affect the future
  • Many people appreciated her advice and hailed her for her wisdom

Actress Nana Ama McBrown shared some pieces of advice backstage of the Sunday, October 22, 2023, edition of her show on Onua TV, Onua Showtime.

Nana Ama McBrown and Kobby Kyei at Onua TV
Nana Ama McBrown and Kobby Kyei in photos. Image Credit: @kobby.kyei
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McBrown shared some regrets in life

In her message, which has touched many Ghanaians and earned her praises, Nana Ama McBrown stated that she wished she had not dated certain men if she knew she would be famous.

She noted that a thought came into mind when she was en route to the Onua TV studios in her car. She said:

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"I asked myself what it is that people look for in this world because when we are young, poverty and certain friendships lead us into doing certain things which are not morally right."

She stated that if she knew that God would put her on this pedestal, there were some things she would not have done in the past.

Mrs McBrown Mensah urged the youth to heed advice from their elders and added that if one does not have any adult to advise them, they should reflect on the family they come from.

"Be careful. You don't know the future. Be careful what you do now. Do not let your circumstances push you. We all make mistakes," McBrown said.

Video of Nana Ama McBrown speaking about her old relationships.

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Ghanaians shared their views on McBrown's advice

Many people said Mrs McBrown Mensah's advice resonated with them, and they thanked her for sharing.

miss_kikiwalker said:

Awwww, this word is for me

oheneba_akosua_kyerewaa said:

I am in tears over this advice it's so true.

_hanny.yy said:

Am I the only one being emotional?? I’m touched by these wise words ❤️

reggierockstone711 said:

She is such a wise wholesome human ❤️

_mrmiles_ said:

Hmmmm it was not by mistake I chanced on this snippet. Thanks, Kobby

eaofosuhemaa_ said:

It's good to advise people about all those things, but you should also remember that what you went through made you who you are today. So, you can get a story to advise people. So don’t regret some part of your past but rather appreciate it and thank God for how far you’ve come.

ohemaa_graclyn said:

You just spoke to my soul, errr

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McBrown reacts to rumours that her husband abuses her reported that Nana Ama McBrown addressed rumours about her husband, Maxwell Mensah, beating her and abusing her in their matrimonial home.

McBrown, while hosting her show on Onua TV, Onua Showtime, indicated that she was not the type of woman who could be beaten by her husband.

The seasoned actress added that she would never do anything to warrant her husband beating her or abusing her.

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