– A fan has taken a photo of Nana Ama McBrown’s husband, Maxwell Mensah, walking around in the market
– He was all alone as he was said to be helping his mother who sells fabrics at the Accra Central market
– Fans have criticized whoever took that secret photo
A photo of Maxwell Mensah, the husband of actress Nana Ama McBrown walking about in a market has caused a stir.
The photo is said to be taken secretly of Maxwell while he had visited his mother’s shop at Accra Central. In the photo, he was captured walking all alone wearing a T-shirt over a pair of shorts.
According to the popular Instagram blog, Thosecalledcelebs, someone sent him the photo saying that she was happy seeing McBrown’s husband walking about in touch.
The manager of the blog, however, condemned the lady, saying that it is wrong to take photos of people without their consent.
Others have reacted, agreeing with the blog’s view.
Maa Abena, for instance, said people must grow and stop taking photos of others secretly: maa_abena_sam:
“Thanks for addressing this issue sum pple must grow paaaa so after all de teaching u get here stilll naaa sum pple wnt change for de best ooo.”
Abrefi said Maxwell helping his mother out in the market is not a crime: abrefisenta: “After-all he’s not a scamer too.
Helping his mum at the market place is not a scam or a crime. Do u people know the type of laces n how big the place is?
Ghanafo) kasa dodo.” Khairat also advised others to say no to secret snapping: mzz_khairat: “Say no t secret snapping.”
Johnson described the blog’s view as maturity at its peak:
safjohnson: “Maturity at it’s peak.” Tati described McBrown’s husband as a quiet person:
tati_babyansaa: “He’s a quiet person cnt som pple jst allow him aaahhh.” Akosua wondered it if was a crime for Maxwell to go out:
akosua_scanty: “So he shouldn’t go out ong boi people and their telescope.” AJ confirmed that she sees Maxwell anytime she goes to Accra and that he should not be expected to drive around in the crowd:
ajsbabyfoodsandmore: “I see him all the time when I go to Accra. What’s the big deal. Or must he be driving in the mist of the crowd. Serve is something better.”