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Maxwell Mensah Allegedly Packs Out Of His Marital Home Leaving Nana Ama Mcbrown Sad

Maxwell Mensah Packs Out Marital Home
Maxwell Mensah Allegedly Packs Out Of His Marital Home Leaving Nana Ama Mcbrown Sad

The husband of Ghanaian media personality Nana Ama McBrown, Maxwell Mensah, has reportedly packed out of his matrimonial home leaving the wife heartbroken.

According to a report by IG Blogger, westafrican_celebs, Maxwell Mensah, the husband of Nana Ama Mcbrown has angrily packed out of the house after she allegedly slapped him for cheating on her multiple times.

According to the report, Maxwell Mensah retaliated out of anger by hitting Nana Ama which led to a heated argument.

Amid the argument, Maxwell who already had kids from previous relationships decided to abandon them and leave the house.

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A few weeks ago, a viral video showing Maxwell Mensah on a date with his side chick, Serwaa Prikles popped up online.

In the video, Maxwell seems to be having a good time with her. After it was made public that Maxwell Mensah was cheating on Nana Ama Mcbrown, she came out to deny the allegations.

She made it clear in an interview that her marriage was in perfect shape and that she had no issues with her husband.

Well, it’s clear she said those things for media attention as the cat is finally out of the bag.

Check out the screenshot below:


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