Popular Ghanaian actress, Yvonne Nelson, has issued a warning to her female colleagues to stay away from her.
Nelson, who gave the warning in a post via her Twitter account today, December 9, claimed that some of her female colleagues have approached her repeatedly in an effort to intrude on her business.
The thespian said the moment they got close and realized she’s nothing like them they became bitter towards her.
Referring to them as fake, she warned all the ladies in the movie industry to stay away from her.
“These industry ladies keep approaching me, trying to get into my biz, when they realize I can’t pretend / fake like the whole industry does, they get mad. You want a plot of land, I hooked you up, why so bitter? I wanna inspire you from afar! Y’all stay away.” She wrote.
See her post below,
In other news, Yvonne Nelson has enjoined women to love their bodies as no one was born or created perfect.
The 36-year-old gave this advice in a post via her verified Twitter handle on Friday, June 3, while weighing in on the online debate on cosmetic surgery sparked by the death of a Nigerian woman who died after botched plastic surgery.
Yvonne Nelson noted that surgeries won’t keep a man, hence women should love themselves and work on their mental health.
“Woman, know this, no one was born/ created perfect. It may be hard, but work on your mental health / love your self. Pls. Surgeries won’t keep that man, neither will it solve your insecurities. If its for business, errm ok.i can assure you, it ain’t worth it”.