MzGee, the popular presenter and host of UTV’s United showbiz show, has recently addressed the persistent comparisons between her and Nana Ama McBrown, the former host of the show. Since taking over the hosting duties, MzGee has faced scrutiny from fans who have drawn parallels between the two media personalities. However, MzGee is determined to establish her own identity and has voiced her disapproval of being seen as a mere imitation.
In a social media post, MzGee expressed her preference for authenticity and originality, stating, “I’d rather fail in originality than become a clone of another! I didn’t get here as a carbon copy of anyone, yet I made a name as one of the most revered in the space!” With an impressive background in the media industry, having previously worked at Media General and Multimedia, MzGee firmly believes that her unique talents and experiences make her well-suited for the role.
Challenging her critics, MzGee questioned why she would willingly choose to imitate someone else after achieving numerous accomplishments in her career. She emphasized that her focus remains on delivering quality work and that she does not engage in frivolous activities. “Ebi the work wey I know, ebi the work I go do, forget the razzmatazz, it’s not my style to indulge in frivolities,” she affirmed.
Undeterred by the negative opinions, MzGee pledged to continuously improve herself and face any challenges head-on. Responding to those eagerly awaiting her failure, she reminded them that it is ultimately God who determines success. MzGee intends to stay true to herself, maintaining her own pace and showcasing her unique style. She unapologetically concluded, “I’m sorry if that offends you!”
As MzGee steps into her new role, she hopes to be recognized for her individuality and contributions to the media landscape. She aims to carve her own path, separate from any comparisons or imitations. MzGee’s determination to stand apart and remain authentic will undoubtedly shape her future success as she continues to make her mark in the industry.