McBrown Was Not A Virgin When Maxwell Married Her – Mzbel Reveals

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Mzbel has responded to the intense backlash following her recent interview where she spoke about her past relationship with Maxwell Mawusi Mensah, Nana Ama McBrown’s husband.

Mzbel has said Nana Ama McBrown’s husband is her ‘leftover‘ and she would have married him if she was interested in him.

Her comment angered social media users who fired back with various harsh comments.

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In the latest interview with David Mawuli on Pulse Chat, Mzbel sought to clear the allegations, but she rather added more damning comments.

According to her, Nana Ama McBrown was not a virgin when Maxwell married her.

“Maxwell didn’t marry Nana Ama McBrown as a virgin. And my [past] relationship with Maxwell was no secret – we were everywhere. So, I would be a hypocrite to swerve questions on our relationship. It won’t affect their marriage.”

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On defending her stance, she said she cannot grants interviews to be saying ‘no comment‘ on certain issues, so she sees no wrong with what she said, adding people should rather read beyond headlines on stories before commenting.

“I’ve watched my recent interview over and over again to find fault but there’s nothing that I said wrong. I was asked about my current relationship with Maxwell, and I said we are cool, close. Then I was asked about my past relationship, and I said we were like each other’s toy. He was like that male friend you can lean on and treat him like a teddy bear.” She said.

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“Those attacking me only read headlines without going through the full story. They are always prepared to insult so the moment they see headlines, they insult. I don’t understand.’ She added.

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Source: GhanaCelebrities.Com


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