Nana Ama McBrown has shared new goal celebration moves with her fans.The Kumawood actress took to social media platform TikTok to unveil the new dance steps.
The dance moves which McBrown is yet to christen with a name was choreographed by herself and is meant to motivate her fans to work hard and achieve their goals.
In the viral video, Mcbrown was playing football with a young man and began her dance moves after kicking the ball. Her steps were amazing to watch and many football players will envy.
McBrown is one of the most popular actresses in Kumasi and has featured in several movies.
She has won many awards making her fan favorite in many households.
Nana Ama McBrown is one of the most hard-working and celebrated actors and actresses in Ghana. She is admired by many for her work ethic and her ability to move effortlessly between comedic and serious roles. McBrown's new goal celebration moves are another indication of her talent and dedication to her craft.
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