- Gloria Sarfo has waded into the comments made by Yvonne Nelson about the entertainment industry
- She indicated that many celebs had created a certain impression about Yvonne
- The Efiewura star's comment followed similar comments made by director Kobi Rana
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Award-winning actress Gloria Sarfo has indicated that many of her colleagues in the movie-making industry had a kind of perception about Yvonne Nelson.
Gloria was weighing in on the comments made by movie director and actor, Kobi Rana, following Yvonne Nelson's claims on Twitter about hatred and jealously in the entertainment industry.
The Efiewura star indicated that many industry colleagues had created a certain impression about Yvonne Nelson.
Gloria Sarfo went on to explain that many people were of the view that Yvonne was rather the unsupportive one when it came to promoting the works of others creatives in the same industry.
In making her point, Gloria claimed that she was happy that the Heels and Sneakers creator had come out to the same realization about others and was willing to work to change the status quo.
She went on add that until Yvonne Nelson saw through the current state of the industry and realized that it was "not a good thing", something had to be done fast to salvage the situation.
Gloria then went on to rally her colleagues to all come together to make things work for the progress of the entertainment space.
Her tweet read:
"Well I understand where Kobi is coming from, cos truthfully, that was the impression almost everyone of us had about Yvonne honestly but I guess things have changed now, maybe our sister has realized it's not a good thing, and she is calling for a change in that direction..."
Gloria's comments follow comments made by actor Kobi Rana after Yvonne Nelson claimed that the entertainment industry was full of unsupportive people who were full of hatred and jealousy.
Yvonne, in a series of tweets, complained that she was surprised that players in the same industry had to be pushed before they supported one another's work.
In one of the tweets, she made a comparison between Black Stars and the entertainment industry claiming that it was absurd for Gyan to score a goal for Dede Ayew to be angry about it.
YEN.com.gh earlier reported that Kobi Rana, had taken fellow creative Yvonne Nelson to the cleaners over her recent comments about lack of support in Ghana's entertainment industry.
The Kiss Me If You Can star took to social media to accuse Yvonne of preaching virtue and practicing vice in her claims of unsupportive colleagues.
He bemoaned the fact that Yvonne was crying over the same issue that many of the movie industry players had been complaining bout for ages.
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