She, however, said there was intense pressure from people outside her family even though she considered such pressures to be emanating from the love they have for her.
“Some of these people really went about it the bad way but I believe they were eager to see how McBrown will behave as a mother when she marries and gives birth,” she said.
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She made the disclosures on the ‘Dentaa’ show while commenting on societal and cultural pressures on women when it comes to marriage and childbirth.
According to Nana Ama McBrown, after her wedding, she was still in awe as she didn’t believe she could become someone’s wife while growing up.
According to her, she never relied on any man to survive hence it never occurred to her that she would become a wife.
She, however, blamed her long lonely life on her popularity.