Finally, Actress Nana Ama McBrown has responded to reports that Fadda Dickson has taken her kitchen show off air.
In an interview with Berla Mundi, McBrown confirmed that her show was not aired last week for reasons unknown to her.
According to McBrown, she has a contract with UTV where she pays for McBrown’s Kitchen show to be shown.
However, the show has been taken off air without her notice.
When asked about her next move, Nana Ama McBrown noted that she has moved on to a place where she is welcomed.
She also stated emphatically that the McBrown show is the biggest when it comes to all kitchen shows in Ghana therefore no one can dim her shine whether her show is taken off air or not.
She, however, stated that she has gotten in touch with the management of UTV to make sure that the right thing is done.
About a week ago, a report surfaced on social media that McBrown’s Kitchen show had been taken off air.
The report popped up online after UTV refused to air the show on its time.
Later, it came to light that McBrown and Fadda Dickson are in some sort of conflict after she left UTV.
Nana Ama McBrown has finally spoken about the issue in the video below and it is quite obvious that there is a problem.