- Yvonne Nelson has bemoaned the lack of support in Ghana's entertainment industry
- According to her, colleagues had to be pushed before the share the works of colleagues
- She took to Twitter to vent over the current state of the industry
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Multiple award-winning actress and producer, Yvonne Nelson, has said that Ghana's entertainment industry, especially the movie section, was full of haters and jealous people.
The actress indicated that the industry needed to receive some attention over what she described as the industry's unsupportive nature.
The Heels and Sneakers star did not mince words in her view of what she thought the entertainment industry in the country had grown to become.
She took to Twitter and in a series of tweets, bore it all out on the kind of relationship that was existing between industry colleagues.
According to Yvonne, the industry was full of unsupportive people who you would have to constantly remind or push before they showed some form of support.
She also added that the industry was full of hate and jealousy. she then went on to admonish her colleagues to love one another and see if God would not bless them.
One of her tweets read:
"An INDUSTRY full of HATE & JEALOUSY. Learn to love one another and see how God will BLESS you!"
Another tweet read:
"Ghanaian entertainment industry = you'd have to actually tell peeps in the industry to push your work...they see it and ignore! Im THANKFUL the fans BELIEVE in me! Afterall i do this for the FANS"
She also indicated that she was at a loss as to why industry players trying to promote the same industry be hating each other.
It is yet to be determined who Yvonne Nelson's rants are directed at but it appears she is not pleased with the way things are going.
Yvonne Nelson's latest project, Fix Us, was released yesterday, August 2, 2020, on Netflix.
YEN.com.gh earlier reported that the husband of Beyonce and award-winning American rapper, Shawn Corey Carter, widely known as Jay Z, has shared the Already video on social media.
Following the release of the much-awaited video which has gained massive traction on social media across the globe, Jay Z has also taken part in the trend.
The American rapper has used his star power to also push the song on social media and by so doing, has promoted Shatta Wale.
In a post on Twitter that has caught fire already, Jay Z shared the Already video with the caption, "Black Is King".
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