Award-winning actress Yvonne Nelson has taken time of her busy schedule and rumors surrounding a new baby to share some lovely photos of herself and has also made a big announcement.
The actress took to her Instagram page and shared some lovely photos that kept her fans drooling over her beauty. The actress who has been in the news for quite some time over a baby girl she is believed to have been delivered of announced that her birthday was fast approaching.
The “Heels and Sneakers” creator shared the photos and captioned it, “Crazzzzzy! Beautiful! Miraculous year!!!! Tomorrow is my BIRTHDAY #thankyouJESUS.
Yvonne Nelson has dominated many headlines these past few days with stories circulating that the budding actress had been safely delivered of a baby girl in an undisclosed hospital in Accra.
When the news first broke, many people took to social media to congratulate the actress and thank God for a safe delivery.
However, days after the pregnancy and childbirth stories went viral, some close friends expressed their shock over the matter due to the fact that they were not aware of any such pregnancy.
The actress also in responding to the rumors that had flooded social media indicated that a lot had happened in her life and that she was going to give full-blown details soon. She went ahead to take a dig at bloggers who were spreading the rumors.
Yvonne Nelson warmed many hearts on social media when she celebrated her mother on the occasion of her birthday.
The “Heels and Sneakers” maker is one of Ghana’s most sought-after actresses. She has starred in many movies alongside some of the movie industry’s finest actors and actresses.
In the wake of concerns about the degrading nature of the movie industry in Ghana, the actress has taken it upon herself to do something to change the fortunes of the movie industry.
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She was also the convener of the popular “Dumsor Must Stop” campaign as she garnered support from people from all walks of life to help her petition then President John Dramani Mahama to work had to curb the erratic power cuts that had beleaguered the nation at the time.
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