Onua Showtime: Fameye Clarifies Reason Behind New Catchphrase 'Suman', Nana Ama Mcbrown Applauds Him

Onua Showtime: Fameye Clarifies Reason Behind New Catchphrase 'Suman', Nana Ama Mcbrown Applauds Him

  • The maiden edition of Onua Showtime saw musician Fameye making an appearance where he opened up on his music career
  • Speaking to Nana Ama McBrown, the singer clarified that his new catchphrase 'Suman' had no bad connotation attached to it
  • He added that he was unfazed about what naysayers might say about him because of the catchphrase he had adopted

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Ghanaian musician Peter Famiyeh Bozah, known in the music industry as Fameye, has broken his silence on why he has adopted the Twi term 'Suman' as his catchphrase.

Speaking as a guest on the maiden edition of Onua Showtime programme on Onua TV, the musician explained that although the term means a 'deity' he was unbothered because he uses it to represent God.

Photo of Fameye and Nana Ama McBrown
Fameye opens up motive behind his new catchphrase Photo credit: KobbyKyei_/Twitter
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He explained that he liked the term and had opted to use it as a way to motivate himself when he was about to perform.

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Fameye remarks he is not bothered about naysayers

Quizzed by the host Nana Ama McBorown whether he was not bothered about the perception people would have about him, the "Nothing I get" hitmaker replied in the negative.

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Fameye added that he was answerable to no one but God, hence people's perception of him especially knowing that he had not erred, did not affect him.

The responses from Fameye on the issue apparently pleased the host, who briefly remarked that she was also an industry person who took inspiration from God.

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Nana Ama surprised by her husband and daughter

Earlier, YEN.com.gh reported that Nana Ama McBrown received love from her husband Maxwell Mensah, who showed up at the official launch of her new show, Onua Showtime, on Onua TV, which premiered on Sunday, April 30, 2023.

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As McBrown was gearing up for her big debut, her hubby and their adorable daughter, Baby Maxin, made a surprise appearance on set to support her.

Yaw Tog admits he gets nervous when he sees Nana Ama McBrown

Ghanaian Hip-hop and Rap artiste Yaw Tog, who was one of McBrown's guests on the day, said he was overwhelmed by the glam and atmosphere at launch of the actress' Onua Showtime TV program.

The Sore hitmaker, who expressed joy about the actress and TV host's latest achievement, acted coy during the programme, a move that prompted Nana Ama to question his actions.

It was at that point that the young singer confessed that he was nervous.

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