A War Between Efia Odo and Her Former ‘Boss’ Yvonne Nelson Just Exploded – Full Details Here

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Two actresses who formerly worked together and now fancy themselves opinion leaders on public discourse, Efia Odo and Yvonne Nelson, have seemingly gone to war.

Thankfully this time, the celeb*tches are not fighting about who has opened their legs for more men to chop but something that is actually of substance.

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Yvonne earlier today said that people should stop showing off with donations they have made as the best donations are made in secret.

“Pls donate to the poor/needy/widows/orphans etc, don’t let an eye see it when you do, God in heaven sees it!this is how God our Father in Heaven blesses! most churches/pastors will use your money for their luxurious lifestyles. God sees and knows our hearts.” Yvonne wrote.

Efia Odo it seems evidently disagrees.

She took to Twitter a while after Yvonne’s tweet to post something which was clearly a response at her former boss on ‘Heels and Sneakers’.

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Odo said giving in public is important because it might motivate others to also give, clearly at odds with what Yvonne said.

“Doesn’t matter if someone donated behind closed doors or in the public, what matters is that they donated. Sometimes public donations can persuade other people to also donate. If public donations were bad then @feedthechildren and other NGOS wouldn’t be doing advertisements.” Odo wrote.

A clearly interesting debate…with everyone having a different opinion on it.

Check out their tweets below…

Source: GhanaCelebrities.Com

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