Shatta Wale’s insults forced Nana Ama Mcbrown quit UTV
In the second week of January this year, the Ghanaian music industry was rocked by a scathing attack on renowned Ghanaian screen icon Nana Ama Mcbrown by the self-styled African dancehall king, Shatta Wale.
The insults were unprovoked and it left many Ghanaians wondering what could have caused the outburst from Shatta Wale.
In the video that went viral, Shatta Wale is heard calling Nana Ama Mcbrown an incompetent person who was only employed by UTV for obvious reasons.
He further suggested that the TV station should consider employing university graduates who know more about the current entertainment terrain.
In the video, Shatta Wale is quoted as saying, “You people are villagers, all your programs are nonsense, Nana Ama McBrown doesn’t know anything about presenting.”
Following Shatta Wale’s attack, there were widespread reactions from Ghanaians on social media. Many condemned Shatta Wale’s comments and showed their support for Nana Ama Mcbrown.
However, it seems that the insults took a toll on Nana Ama Mcbrown, as it has been reported that she has quit UTV.
According to reports, Nana Ama Mcbrown’s decision to quit UTV was heavily influenced by Shatta Wale’s insults.
In a trending audio that was made by an insider, Mcbrown is heard expressing her disappointment with Shatta Wale’s attack on her, especially considering their cordial relationship.
She reportedly took the decision to quit UTV after reflecting on Shatta Wale’s insults and arriving at the conclusion that most Ghanaians are not happy about how her show always generates needless controversies.
It is sad to see Nana Ama Mcbrown leave UTV, especially under such circumstances.
Nana Ama Mcbrown has been a household name in Ghana for over two decades, and she has brought joy and entertainment to many Ghanaians through her various TV shows and movies.
She is an accomplished actress and presenter, and her contributions to the Ghanaian entertainment industry cannot be overstated.
In conclusion, it is clear that Shatta Wale’s insults on Nana Ama Mcbrown played a vital role in her decision to quit UTV.
It is a reminder that our words can have a significant impact on others, and we should always strive to be kind and respectful in our interactions with others, especially those in the public eye.
We wish Nana Ama Mcbrown all the best in her future endeavors.