Chairman Wontumi, the head of Movement Television and Wontumi Fm, has categorically rejected McBrown’s tearful apologies to him after he was humiliated on her show.
The only way the case can be resolved at this time, according to Chairman Wontumi, is in court.
He was responding to a question on UTV’s formal apology to him, but his response also applies to his alleged ex-girlfriend McBrown.
Afia Schwarzenegger, Nana Ama McBrown, the host of United Showbiz on UTV, Despite Media’s managing director Fadda Dickson, and panelists A Plus and Mr. Logic were all brought before the court by Chairman Wontumi for contempt.
He filed suit after discovering that all five had planned or taken part in the conversation about Afia Schwarzenegger’s purported romance with Wontumi that aired on McBrown’s program last Saturday.
Even though the issue was still pending in court, McBrown and her panelists spoke negatively about it while giving Afia Schwarzenegger carte blanche to embellish what actually happened.
After the show, Ghanaians severely criticized UTV and McBrown for being biased.
Wontumi filed a lawsuit on the matter.
This week, while UTV made an official apology, McBrown apparently called him in tears to apologize.
When Paul Adom-Otchere of Metro TV questioned Wontumi about it, he flatly refused to accept the apology, saying merely that the matter was being brought to court.
Listen to him below…