Yvonne Nelson 'sadly' loses bet to her baby daddy over correct pronunciation in new video
Award-winning actress and producer Yvonne Nelson who has been in the news for her new baby and alleged relationship with British photographer, Jamie Roberts has given more credence to claims of her ‘love story’ with yet another video.
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In a new video spotted on the Instagram page, Jamie Roberts, the actress was seen listening to the correct pronunciation of the country, Thailand.
Apparently, Yvonne Nelson and Jamie Roberts had wagered on the pronunciation but Yvonne sadly lost out on the bet.
The “Heels and Sneakers” actress after news broke of her pregnancy and safe delivery had been evasive over the identity of her baby’s daddy.
Yvonne Nelson and Jamie Roberts have appeared in a number of love-inspired photos and even videos which have gained admiration from many of her fans and followers.
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Jamie Roberts’ identity as the alleged father of Yvonne’s baby did not come without controversy which flooded the media. It was purported that the British man was married to a Nigerian lady by name Keela Harrison and the couple were on their way to be divorced.
Yvonne Nelson is one of Ghana’s most sought-after actresses having 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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