Famous Ghanaian actress Nana Ama Mcbrown is currently facing backlash on social media as a result of a film that claims to depict a previously unexplored aspect of her.
After spotting Nana Ama McBrown in traffic while she was driving, some street vendors gathered around her, and she was greeted with joy and compliments by the vendors who are definitely her fans.
However, it appeared that Nana Ama McBrown was not in the “mood” to give out free things to kids she encountered on the streets. Instead, she came up with a clever plan to avoid them as it was obvious that she could not match all of their financial requests.
Stylishly, she drove away after realizing she could not meet the demands of her fans who were eager to have a field day upon seeing her due to her social and financial status.
Watch the video below;
In other news: Sarkodie Drops A Sizzling Video Of Him With Kranium At A Studio Recording Session
Universally perceived Ghanaian rapper Sarkodie, is all prepared to release his eighth studio album, come November 11, 2022. The curated tracklist project, called ‘JAMZ’, features the all around released single, “Labadi” with fellow Ghanaian artiste, King Promise, adding his verse on the track.
Sarkodie has uncovered the identity of one more artiste on his eagerly awaited album project, ‘JAMZ’, as Jamaican music sensation, Kranium makes a feature on one of the songs included on the album.
Sarkodie’s eighth studio album project, ‘JAMZ’, is by all accounts, a deluxe rendition of its kind. In the wake of providing fans with a sample of the album’s tracklist make-up, with the King Promise enabled song feature, ‘Labadi’, Sarkodie has yet again, pleased his fans with one more appetizing expectation.
In a new online media update, Sarkodie disclosed Jamaican music sensation, Kranium, as one of the artistes to make a feature on his fully curated album project. The distinguished BET award winning rapper, shared a video of his studio recording time, with the Jamaican music icon, also known to be called the “Melody God.”
The Jamaican music star, sings what is by all accounts a hook in the local Ghanaian dialect, Twi. He is sighted studying and singing the expression “Odo fa w’akoma mama me,” which interprets as “give me your heart, love.”
With a little direction from Sarkodie, the singer rehashes his Twi expression, quite cumbersomely in a couple of scenarios. The melody was recorded in an enormously extensive room, with the regarded musicians, their work colleagues, and a sound engineer.
In spite of playing a brief part of the track in the video he uploaded, Sarkodie didn’t reveal the title of the Song, as he only aimed at unveiling the artiste whom he had handpicked to feature on the track.
As usual, the SarkNation boss has gotten his fans elated with the new revelation, as they ceaselessly dropped in their positive remarks, in anticipation of the soon-to-be relesased album, as respectively witnessed underneath;
kofijamar Can’t wait for thissss
reachghanadotcom The twi is twiing
kobecurtis1 Heat yom cehcy1 We can’t wait
kalybos1 We will be matching with #JAMZ
kwame_amoo_ LandLord go make you learn Twi
scy.llah 11:11:2022.. we’re going to experience the new Sarkodie JAM
kukwrldd This album dier you for drop music videos you swag go go far