Popular Ghanaian actress and TV Personality Nana Ama McBrown has a message for all worried about McBrown’s Kitchen after UTV stopped showing it on TV.
During an interview with Berla Mundi, McBrown said she was okay with the new developments concerning her cooking show.
She added that the most important thing was life because McBrown’s Kitchen would not die.
The tussle over McBrown’s loyalty may have taken another turn.
According to her, although she has a contract and has fully paid for her show to be on TV, she was not notified when UTV management decided to take it off the air. She told Bella Mundi
Bella, if you have life. You have everything. McBrown’s Kitchen has the life. When it comes to cooking shows in Ghana, it is McBrown’s Kitchen. I’m at a place where I’m welcomed. Why do I have to cry if my show is not shown?
Nana Ama McBrown added that she still considers UTV her family and has no grudge against them.
Look, UTV is my home oo. But when it comes to work, I’m different. I have a personality I’m managing. And there is family. As I said, I’m for everybody. Media General is my family too.