- Nana Ama McBrown has opened up about the restrictions that come with being someone in the public eye
- She stated that many celebrities are miserable because they have to act as role models and cannot live their lives freely
- The actress and media personality added that this is due to the constant public scrutiny of the lives of many celebrities
Celebrated Ghanaian actress and media personality Nana Ama McBrown opened up about the restrictions of being a celebrity.
Nana Ama speaks about the struggles of being famous in Ghana
Nana Ama McBrown stressed that she has to avoid wearing a swimsuit, being herself or having fun for fear of public scrutiny.
"If you're a celebrity in Ghana, the restrictions are a lot. The moment you want to care less, people will start insulting you. If you look at us, some of us are miserable; we are not living our true lives. We are living our lives to please Ghanaians.
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Sharing a video on her Instagram page, the Onua Showtime host noted that being in the public eye opens one to public judgment.
She said that most Ghanaian celebrities become miserable because they cannot be themselves and also cannot enjoy their lives because they have to act as role models to their fans.
"I can’t even wear a swimsuit to the pool in my own house because people will start judging. So you have to give up your happiness; you're a human being, if you decide to have fun for a minute, everyone will start pointing out that you're a role model and you must behave a certain way. You can't do what you like. That is how our job is," Mrs McBrown Mensah lamented.
Below is a video of Nana Ama McBrown on Instagram Live, opening up about her life.
Cute video of Nana Ama McBrown treating Black Sherif like a son awes netizens
Earlier, YEN.com.gh reported that rapper Black Sherif was a guest on Nana Ama McBrown's flagship night-time programme, Onua Showtime.
During the course of the show, the Oh No hitmaker could be heard calling the host "Ma" as he bid her farewell from the show.
The adorable video warmed the hearts of many Ghanaians, who shared their two cents about Nana Ama McBrown's openness.
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