I have never hated anyone in my life - Gloria Sarfo 'corrects' Yvonne Nelson in 2nd reply

I have never hated anyone in my life - Gloria Sarfo 'corrects' Yvonne Nelson in 2nd reply

- Gloria Sarfo has gone on to reply Yvonne Nelson over the latter's hate claims

- According to the Efiewura star, she has not hated anyone in her entire life

- Gloria Sarfo and Yvonne Nelson are in some sort of a social media beef over happenings in the entertainment industry

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Award-winning Ghanaian actress Gloria Sarfo has responded to hate claims made by Yvonne Nelson against her in their rending banter on social media.

Yvonne Nelson has made a series of tweets in that past few days calling out the players in the Ghanaian entertainment players for being unsupportive, full of hate and jealousy.

Gloria, after posting a photo of herself, stated on Instagram that the hate claim levelled against her was not a trait she ascribed to.

I have never hated anyone in my life - Gloria Sarfo 'corrects' Yvonne Nelson in 2nd reply

Gloria Sarfo. Source: Instagram (modified by author)
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The Efiewura star wrote:

“I have NEVER HATED on anybody in my life, NOT EVEN my WORST ENEMY, or even THOSE WHO HURT, AND SPITE me IN MY FACE, NEVER! (That’s why I mostly pity those who think I would have issues with them, simply because of how they feel and act towards me).”

According to the actress, hate was a very strong word and a powerful tool that contributes to failure in life, hence she always seeks to avoid that word.

She further stated emphatically that she was in a competition with no one.

“I AM NOT IN COMPETITION with anybody, regardless who you are. The ONLY PERSON I’M IN COMPETITION with is MY OLD Self I GROW through what I GO THROUGH!!.”

She further stated that even though she had been despised and called names, she did not fret as she still receives movie roles from "discerning" producers who believed in her "pure talent" and chooses "professionalism" over "familiarity".

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She advised her colleagues to be humble because humility was the key to success.

Gloria Sarfo's comments follow comments made by Yvonne Nelson to the effect that many of her colleagues in the entertainment industry were unsupportive and filled with hate and jealousy.

The Efiewura star added that many industry colleagues had some form of perception about Yvonne Nelson and was happy that she was complaining about the attitude of moviemakers.

In yet another beef involving two female celebs, YEN.com.gh earlier reported that Ghanaian songstress Belinda Nana Ekua Amoah, popularly known as Mzbel, has dazzled her fans with a video of her ultramodern bathroom while giving her son a bath.

The 16 Years singer, in a video sighted by YEN.com.gh, was sighted in the nicely-themed bathroom with her son, Nana Kwame Adepa.

The mother and son showed off the bathroom which had exquisite fittings, towels, modern sinks and shower fittings.

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The move follows a challenge thrown the way of the musician by Kumawood star actress, Tracey Boakye.

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Source: Yen Newspaper

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