- Actress Yvonne Nelson has revealed that the number one way to impress her is by doing what the one in question promises to do
- Yvonne Nelson who was suspected to be referring to a man further revealed that the ability of being consistent impresses her
- Fans of the actress, expressed their opinion and admiration for her after reading the tweet
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Popular Ghanaian actress Yvonne Nelson has claimed that a man must do what he promises in order to get her attention.
According to the ace actress, one must also show a high level of consistency in order to impress her.
In a tweet that has gone viral on social media, Yvonne Nelson revealed the number one way for a man to impress her.
She posted a photo with the inscription "the number one way to impress me is doing what you said you'll do, and showing a high level of consistency."
"That's not hard to do so if you can't do something as simple as keeping your word, you can't keep my attention," she added.
Fans of Yvonne Nelson, after reading the tweet took to the reply section to express their love and admiration for him:
Kwaku felt inspired:
Paul agreed with Yvonne Nelson:
Bryt had this to say:
Richbwoy had this to say:
Nana Kwesi admitted Yvonne Nelson's words:
By her comment, Yvonne Nelson who is currently single is providing a tip on how men should win her over.
However, the actress was in the news recently after spending time with Nigerian actor and former Big Brother Naija teammate Tobi.
In a photo that she posted, Yvonne Nelson and Tobi smiled together as they were captured sitting in a car.
In other news, YEN.com.gh has published a story about award-winning rapper Medikal after he was seen dashing out food and money to people on the streets of Nima.
In the video, the 'Omo Ada' hitmaker stood on the roof of his Range Rover car and splash money into the crowd.
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