Nana Ama McBrown is beautiful inside out and we love to watch her on our screens either in movies or in adverts.
Her personality is a catchy one and we are tempted to say that she is a screen goddess whether you like it or not.
McBrown has come a long way in Ghana and it is obvious that she deserves all the magnification she is having now. This is because McBrown didn't start just like that. She started as a professional footballer.
Yes this may sound weird to you but it's the truth. She played for a popular team known as kotoko ladies.
Nana Ama has said that she left football because she wasn't gaining enough money from it. That is why she left football.
These pictures of McBrown in Jersey shows that indeed she should have continued with the football because it looked good on her.
Check out Nana Ama McBrown when she was a footballer and now that she is a screen goddess and choose the one that best fit her.
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