Favouritism has no place in the TV3 Mentor reality show – Adina insists
Female songstress and Judge at the just-ended TV3 Mentor reality show, Adina born Adina Thembi Ndamse has said that they’ve never been partial or biased in the discharge of their duties.
Speaking ahead of the grand finale of the 2020 TV3 Mentor reality show in an exclusive interview with Amansan Krakye of Kastle FM fame, Adina revealed they don’t have favourites when selecting participants for the annual event.
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Adina said on Kastle Drive “This year I was at Takoradi to select the TV3 Mentor participants and I represented the southwestern zone. When I went I didn’t see anything such as favoritism like this person comes from Takoradi or Cape Coast.
“All of them were together though few of them mentioned specifically where they hail from. In my eyes they were all representing the south western zone so I didn’t take anyone out based on where they come from,” she added on Kastle FM.
“There is this participant who comes from Axim known as Kweku Bany so I put all of them in that one bracket. I didn’t intentionally select some people based on partiality or being biased towards others,” Adina told Amansan Krakye.
Team Adina member Kweku Bany from the South Western Zone became the latest winner of popular music reality show Mentor on TV3 beating competition from Ayeyi, Semenhyia and Netty to win the car and cash prize of GH¢10,000.
Source: Amansan Krakye (kastlefmonline.com)