Okyeame Kwame, a singer from Ghana, has said that he will never, ever write a book about his relationship with Nana Ama McBrown, an actress and media personality.
He says that he doesn’t like doing things that could lead to problems with people he knows, even if it costs him money.
He said that he would never write a book about his connection with McBrown again, and he would starve to death if that was what it took.
Some people said Okyeame Kwame’s book would have gotten a lot more attention and hype if it had controversial topics like Yvonne Nelson’s book (I Am Not Yvonne Nelson), which talked about her relationship with Sarkodie in the past.
Host: One topic that brought up the issues your book recently was when one of the best-selling books now thus Yvonne Nelson’s book (I Am Not Yvonne Nelson). People are saying the book sold out because of the brutal honesty with revelations which some think she shouldn’t have talked about, especially the controversy. People said that maybe if your book contained issues about your relationship with McBrown in the past the book would have sold higher than this. If you were writing a memo, would you have included your time with McBrown in there?
Okyeame Kwame: The most important thing to me in this world is peace. So anything which does not bring peace I am not interested. If I am writing a book and I have to include issues with McBrown in this case the negative ones for the book to sell out, then hunger should kill me. I am not interested because it won’t bring peace between myself and McBrown.