Award-winning actress Yvonne Nelson has warmed the hearts of many of her fans and followers with yet another dazzling picture of herself that that depicts her work as a music video director.
In a new photo spotted on her Instagram page, the actress was seen on set at a beach while directing a music video. It appears the actress, apart from her “Heels and Sneakers” production has also gone into music video production.
She captioned her post, “That time I directed a music video”. The actress was seen wiping something off the face of a young man whose face appeared partly covered making his identity unknown.
She was seen wearing some jeans and a T-shirt while busily doing her job to satisfy her client with the best service.
Ever since news broke that Yvonne Nelson had been delivered of a baby girl alleged to have been fathered by Jamie Roberts, a British photographer she has continually made headlines.
In a recent development over the birth of her baby, Yvonne Nelson is said to have shot a reality show during her pregnancy which will soon air on TV. It is reported to be titled, “Waiting for Ryn”.
The actress posted some snippets from the show and it featured many top-notch actors and actresses including Majid Michel, Yvonne Okoro, Prince David Osei and a host of others.
In the dying embers of 2017, Yvonne Nelson took to her Twitter account to ‘attack’ TV show host, Berla mundi over some comments the latter together with some panelists made on GH One TV’s “Late Afternoon Show”.
Yvonne Nelson accused Berla Mundi of dating a married man and also called her a gossip. Yvonne Nelson’s tweets were however taken down that same day but it did not stop the allegations from spreading all over social media.
Yvonne Nelson is also noted for her role in the popular “Dumsor Must Stop” campaign during the erstwhile administration of former president John Dramani Mahama.
She garnered support from people from all walks of life to help her petition the ex-President to work hard to curb the erratic power cuts that had plagued the nation at the time.
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