- Ghanaian actress Yvonne Nelson has attracted comments over a photo of herself and Nigerian actor Tobi
- Yvonne Nelson took to her Instagram page to post a photo of herself looking excited as Tobi also smiled
- Fans of the actress, after seeing the photo, warned her about the Nigerian, alleging that he is a womanizer
Popular Ghanaian actress Yvonne Nelson has been warned by fans over having a relationship with Big Brother Naija star, Tobi.
According to some of the fans who saw the photo, Tobi is some sort of a womanizer so the actress should be wary of her relationship with him.
In the photo, Yvonne Nelson was seen sitting in a car with Tobi as they both smiled excitedly.
After posting the photo, the actress captioned with an emoji which meant that she was happy to be with the handsome young man.
Fans of the actress, however, took to the comment section to write on suspicion that Yvonne Nelson and Tobi are dating:
@iam_m.i.m.i made an allegation against Tobi: "I'm suspecting u two. Warning Yvonne; please be careful, because Tobi na kiss and tell guy!"
@empress_amaka alleged that Tobi is a womanizer: "Be wary of Tobi, he is handsome and a womanizer. If you are going in for him, be ready for a broken heart."
@aseke_alfred quizzed Yvonne Nelson over her relationship status: "Yvonne plz r u married, single or mingle??????? If u view my qstn playing answer me plz."
@dorabulya asked Yvonne Nelson to be careful: "Becareful please. ..i love you yvonne."
@9omi_ had this to say: "Mama I love you so much and I wouldn’t want to see you sad abeg stop this tobi stuff ooo tobi will tell ooooo."
Meanwhile, this is not the first time Yvonne Nelson posted a photo of herself and the Nigerian actor.
In a publication by YEN.com.gh, the actress posted a beautiful photo of herself smiling in the arms of Tobi.
From the manner in which Tobi held her waist, fans claimed that the two actors have begun dating.
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