Kevin Taylor has strongly criticized Ghanaians who have been making derogatory comments about Nana Ama Mcbrown following the end of her marriage.
In essence, Kevin expressed his disapproval towards on-air personalities who dedicate their time to discussing Nana Ama Mcbrown’s failed marriage on television and radio, suggesting that they have nothing better to do with their time.
According to him, every marriage faces its challenges, so even if McBrown’s marriage didn’t work out, she deserves credit for giving it her best effort.
Therefore, he said those who have never been married or lack an understanding of what a relationship entails should refrain from discussing Mcbrown’s situation.
In his usual manner, he used offensive language to convey his opinion and strongly criticized those who engaged in discussions about McBrown’s marital issues.
Is Mcbrown’s marriage over?
Nana Ama McBrown recently acknowledged that she is facing problems in her marriage but it is not ‘over yet.’ She insisted that despite widespread rumours suggesting her marriage with Maxwell was over, they remained united.
Recently, rumours of an impending divorce between McBrown and her husband gained significant traction, with some even suggesting that Mensah had found solace in the arms of another woman.
Allegedly, this situation had caused a strain in their relationship, leading to McBrown’s absence from their shared home. Nevertheless, during an interview on Daybreak Hitz on Hitz FM, McBrown reassured the host, Andy Dosty, that their relationship is intact and there is no need for concern.
“I am happy at home, we are happy. We are very happy, extremely happy. It’s just like life [which comes with] ups and downs. So it’s not what they are saying. I am not here to respond but I just feel like me and my husband we are cool, we are fine. So there is no need talking too much about it,” she said.
Asked how she handles the pressure on social media, she replied that she is so resilient and wouldn’t succumb to pressure from anyone.
“I don’t have any pressure. You don’t know me. I buy my own food. I came here in my own car. It’s my own car, I bought it myself. I fuel it myself. I live in my own house. I live in a house I built with my husband, we are fine. So if you live in a rented house and you talk about me, I won’t be worried about your pressure,” she intimated.