Media personality and celebrated actress Nana Ama Mcbrown has reacted to the viral video on social media of her knocking on the forehead and insulting Ex-president John Mahama on TV screens.
In the fast trending video sighted, the woman who’s mistakenly was taken for Nana Ama because of similarity in their voice was heard seriously hurling insults at the NDC Presidential Candidate for being a blowhard who actually does nothing.
Mcbrown after her attention was drawn to the video in reaction has released a disavowal across her social media handles to disconnect herself from such tag.
WATCH HER REACTION BELOW:
Taking to social media she wrote;
I AM NOT THE ONE IN THE VIDEO
My attention has been drawn to a video circulating on various social media platforms in which a female figure, which some claim erroneously and strangely to be me, can be seen under the cloak of darkness, knocking the head of the image of Former President John Mahama on the screen of a TV during his Digital Conversation with Ghanaians last Thursday.
I hereby distance myself from that video and unequivocally state that I am not the woman in the video, and there is no way will I ever behave in such a reprehensible manner towards the Former President of Ghana whom I hold in high respect, or indeed any other person.
By way of emphasis,I would like to entreat the general public, the media and most importantly my fans to disregard it.
Signed Nana Ama McBrown”
Okatakyie Afrifra Mensah an entertainment critic jumping in reaction to the false news moving about on social media said some Ghanaians wants the downfall of her and thus they want to use this allegation as a means to draw her back.
In his assertions, he said the energy that the NDC party used in spreading the fake news could have been used to support her brand and lift her high.
He advised that that attitude of some Ghanaian should change if we want to achieve a common goal.