Kofi Amoateng, best known as OneGod, a spiritualist and social commentator, has joined the bandwagon of people condemning Nana Ama McBrown, the host of UTV’s United Showbiz.
Mona Gucci, a television personality, recently appeared on Nana Ama McBrown’s show with guests such as singer and social commentator Kwame A-Plus, and incidents from that episode prompted the bulk of the backlash.
During the debate, Mona Gucci claimed that she completed law school in the United States. Her assertion seemed to be greeted with disapproval from A-Plus and the other travelers.
Some show critics have slammed the host, alleging that she refused to monitor her guests and encouraged them to mock Mona Gucci.
Nana Ama McBrown lacked oversight of her broadcast, according to OneGod, who went on to say that she wanted technical training in this field in an interview with Oman channel.
“You can’t compare journalism to acting and it takes a sharp person to know the difference between the two and combine it. How is it that as a host you failed to conduct a background check on your guest and then you had to ask for a phone to google about her on a live show?
We don’t hate Nana Ama McBrown but whoever employed her at UTV should facilitate her education so she can learn how to put her questions, control her programme and coordinate her guest’s submissions,” he said.
He argues that the host and her other guest did not behave properly during the broadcast, which has caused a lot of controversy in the entertainment industry.