Finally, Nana Ama McBrown, an actress, has reacted to rumors that Fadda Dickson has canceled her cooking show.
McBrown acknowledged that her show was not broadcast last week for reasons she is not aware of in an interview with Berla Mundi. According to McBrown, she has a contract with UTV under which she pays for the airing of McBrown’s Kitchen.
She was not informed when the show was taken off the air, though.
Nana Ama McBrown said that she had moved on to a place where she is accepted when questioned about her next step.
She further emphasized that the McBrown program is the most popular among all Ghanaian cooking shows, thus no one can diminish her star regardless of whether her show is pulled off the air.
However, she claimed that she had contacted UTV’s management to ensure that the proper course of action was taken.
A social media rumor that the McBrown’s Kitchen show had been canceled first appeared about a week ago.
After UTV declined to air the show during its scheduled time, the report surfaced online. After she left UTV, it was later discovered that McBrown and Fadda Dickson were at odds with one another.
In the video below, Nana Ama McBrown finally addresses the topic, and it is clear that there is a problem.