Nana Ama McBrown’s Husband Is My Leftover, He Proposed to Me But I Turned Him Down – Mzbel Reveals

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There’s a new spin on an old story. For years we’ve heard rumours that Nana Ama McBrown snatched Mzbel’s boyfriend from her, something McBrown has denied a million and one times.

It seems she doesn’t have to bother denying it anymore because Mzbel herself claims she left Maxwell because they wanted different things in life.

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You’ll remember our earlier report concerning Mzbel, who said she doesn’t want to get married because so many marriages are failing.

Well, it seems it’s a stance she’s held for long.

According to her, she was dating Maxwell back in the day but he wanted to get married and she didn’t so they moved on from each other.

When asked what happened between herself and Maxwell on Radio Univers, Mzbel said: “Well, he wanted to get married, and me you know my stand. So he got someone he wanted to get married to, and now he’s married and happy, and I am happy for them.” 

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Whatever the case, it seems one man’s poison is another man’s meat indeed. McBrown couldn’t be happier after giving Maxwell what he wanted and getting married.

Source: GhanaCelebrities.Com


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