Acclaimed Ghanaian actress, Yvonne Nelson has blasted her country’s movie industry over their failure to support her work.
She made this call out in a series of recent tweets on her official Twitter page…The renowned thespian who currently has two of her movies; ‘Fix Us’ and ‘Sin City’ showing on streaming giant, Netflix, said that Ghollywood is full of hate and Jealousy in a new post.
The mother of one took to Twitter and noted that none of her industry colleagues promoted her work on their various platforms and wondered why that is the case.
Writing further, she said lots of her colleagues see her work and choose to ignore forgetting that a win for one is a win for the country as a whole.
She then went on to urge everyone to learn how to love one another and see the blessings that come with it.
See her tweets below; “Ghanaian entertainment industry = you’d have to actually tell peeps in the industry to push your work….they see it and ignore! Im THANKFUL the fans BELIEVE in me! After all I do this for the FANS.
“An INDUSTRY full of HATE & JEALOUSY Learn to love one another and see how God will BLESS you!”Woke up this morning just thinking… I Don’t GET WHY INDUSTRY PEOPLE HATE EACH OTHER SO MUCH!
“Like can you be happy when someone wins? And such wins are actually for GH. Imagine being a Black Star player and hating when another player scores for GH!”
Yvonne Nelson (born November 12, 1985) is a Ghanaian actress, model, film producer, and entrepreneur.
She has starred in several movies, including House of Gold (2013), Any Other Monday, In April, and Swings.
Yvonne Nelson was born in Accra, Ghana. She is a descendant of the Fante and the Ga people.
She started her education at St. Martin De Porres School in Accra and later went to Aggrey Memorial Senior High School.
She had her tertiary education at the Zenith University College and Central University, where she did a degree course in human resource management.