According to the below report by Dailyguide, some individuals of the Ghana movie industry and close friends of young actress “Yvonne Nelson” are hatching a master plane to bring her career to an abrupt end (crush her career).
Yvonne Nelson seems to be making “lot of news” recently and I hope she can capitalize on the publicity (either bad or good) to sell out something to the public. In fact, there is nothing like bad publicity in showbiz even.
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Reports reaching ‘Beatwaves’ indicate that a group of movie stars have held series of meetings on how to prevent one of Ghana’s seasoned actresses, Yvonne Nelson, from getting more roles in upcoming movies.
Yvonne Nelson, who has been a role model for many people, has won the hearts of some film directors and producers who see her as one of the few Ghanaian actresses who can rub shoulders with those on the international movie scene.
Hence, a one-year ban by the Film Producers Association of Ghana (FIPAG) has shocked a number of stakeholders in the movie industry, who see the ban as a calculated attempt to prevent the actress from making a headway.
A section of movie fans who are not happy with the ban declared in a chat with ‘Beatwaves’ that some actresses who saw Yvonne Nelson as a threat had collaborated with some managers to make sure that Yvonne’s acting career come to a standstill.
Despite the ban placed on her, Yvonne is strong and currently working on a number of projects which include her glaucoma awareness project which has the support of many of the industry players. According to the report, a plan is being hatched to fulfill the scam. Beatwaves discovered that some of Yvonne’s close pals are involve in the scam.
Beautiful Ghanaian actress Yvonne Nelson is a graduate from the Central University College, where she read BSc Administration in Human Resource management. She has over the last few years endeared herself to movie enthusiasts with her acting prowess. She has proven to be versatile, making her one of the most sought-after actresses in the country.
The former Miss Ghana contestant came onto the movie scene with her role in ‘Princess Tyra’, which shot her in to the limelight. Last year, she was nominated for the Best Up and Coming Actress Award at the prestigious Africa Movie Academy Awards (AMAA).
She has featured in over 20 movies. Some of the movies she can be remembered for are ‘The Game’, ‘Turn Me On’, ‘4 Play’, ‘Reloaded’, ‘Girls Connection’, ‘Crime To Christ’ and ‘Prince’s Bride’