How McBrown poked fun at some ‘copycats’ introducing a culinary program

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How McBrown poked fun at some ‘copycats’ introducing a culinary program

Just a few days into the launch of 'U Cook' on UTV, Nana Ama McBrown took a moment during a phone interview with Medikal to address what she sees as i

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Just a few days into the launch of ‘U Cook’ on UTV, Nana Ama McBrown took a moment during a phone interview with Medikal to address what she sees as imitators attempting to replicate her cooking show’s success.

In conversation with Medikal, who expressed interest in appearing on ‘McBrown Kitchen’ to showcase his culinary talents, McBrown noted the emergence of competitors who have adopted her cooking show concept.

McBrown acknowledged their attempts to be competitive while expressing her belief in God: “While I don’t begrudge anyone trying to earn their livelihood, those who are truly blessed by God will always shine.”

“We are taking things to another level. I have seen some people busily putting together a cooking show but who God has blessed, he has blessed indeed. Although we all have to eat, those whom God has blessed will shine,” she retorted.

Meanwhile, Empress Gifty has been unveiled as the host of the latest cooking show sensation, ‘U Cook’, which was launched on UTV with notable personalities gracing the event.

The launch comes years after McBrown departed from hosting ‘United Showbiz’ on UTV to join Onua TV sometime, a move that led to her cooking show being taken off the air.

It can be recalled that in an interview with Berla Mundi sometime in 2023, McBrown remained resolute, stating, “Why should I cry if my show isn’t aired?

“McBrown’s Kitchen has a life of its own in the realm of Ghanaian cooking shows. It’s not fading away; it’s thriving. I’m in a place where I feel welcomed.”

She further stated, “I paid for my show at UTV. It was not free. I paid for it. They considered me too sometimes if I am not well. They did some repetitions, but I have signed a contract that I paid. So, if the owners and producers refused to give me the airtime again, then I don’t know.”

 

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