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Video: Nana Ama McBrown Reacts To Her Husband’s Constant ‘Moody’ Attitude In Public

Ghpage.com reported about rumors that the Kumawood Queen, Empress Nana Ama Mcbrown could be forcing her husband, Maxwell Mensah to love her judging from the constant moody attitude he displays whenever they are spotted in public.

Considering the huge difference in their ages with the woman being 10 years older than Maxwell, Ghpage.com, as well as fans of the spectacular actress, have been attributing the moody attitude of the husband to “By force marriage, gone bad”.

Nana Ama Mcbrown and husband, Maxwell Mensah

SEE HERE: Is Nana Ama Mcbrown Forcing Her Young Husband To Love Her? This Video And Photos Prove So [Details]

Ghpage.com reported about it and the Empress has reacted to it in an interview with Abeiku Santa on his flagship show, Atuu aired on UTV.

According to Mcbrown, just as we suggested earlier, the husband is a shy person who is very quiet but he is a huge blessing to her.

She explained that it’s funny how some doomsayers keep waiting for their divorce which can only happen if God deems it so not as people wish.

Nana Ama Mcbrown And Husband Maxwell Mensah

SEE ALSO: Emelia Brobbey Teases Nana Ama McBrown For Loving Maxwell Too Much And It’s Soo Hilarious [Watch Video]

Empress Mcbrown went on to talk about how doors of favor and amazing blessings have been opened for her ever since he said yes and tied the knot with Maxwell Mensah.

To Watch And Listen To Her Addressing The Husband Attitude, Forward to the 22nd minute

WATCH VIDEO BELOW

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=fzmWMlKdLLE&feature=youtu.be

SEE ALSO: ”It’s not a sin your marriage collapsed, I pray you get a good man to marry” – Nana Ama Mcbrown Encourages Emelia Brobbey

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