After Nana Ama Mcbrown’s departure from UTV, rumours and stories about her supposed “ungratefulness” and how Fadda Dickson “stabbed her in the back” have been circulating on the internet.
It seems that Mcbrown has been the only one granting interviews to tell her side of the story.
In these interviews, she portrays her former employers as bad people. For instance, in an interview with Johnny Hughes on 3FM, Mcbrown alleged that she didn’t sign any contract with UTV, and therefore, she wasn’t duly paid.
She also said in an interview with Berla Mundi on TV3’s New Day segment that she contacted the management of UTV to explain why they had taken her “Mcbrown Kitchen” program off their TV station, but they deliberately refused to reply to her.
These revelations from Mcbrown have made her the saint while Fadda Dickson and UTV are seen as the villains.
Upon sober reflection, Fadda Dickson has decided to set the record straight in an exclusive interview with Abeiku Santana at 4 PM. The interview is being billed as the biggest radio interview of the year, and the caption attached to the flyer shared on the various social media pages of Despite Media reads,
“Unveiling the Untold Truths in the Biggest Radio Interview of the Year! An Exclusive with the Managing Director of Despite Media Group – Fadda Dickson.”