Yvonne Nelson has blocked a fan who challenged her claims about acquiring a passport
The fan indicated that Yvonne was not on top of issues and asked her to stop whining
Following the banter, Yvonne cut ties with the fan
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Actress and producer Yvonne Nelson, has parted ways with one Twitter user following a slight banter on the microblogging site about passports.
The actress took to Twitter to bemoan the cumbersome process involved in acquiring a passport in Ghana.
According to the actress, one had to pay countless bribes just to get the passport office to process a passport for an applicant.
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The Heels and Sneakers actress went on to add that many leaders in Ghana did not know about this stress because their kids were not even residing in the country.
She then added that the leaders of the country did not even believe in the system they claimed to be running and managing.
Following her rant, a Twitter user by name Afoakwa Osikani, disagreed with the actress and pointed out to her that her rant was fallacious.
According to Osikani, one did not have to pay any bribes as suggested by Yvonne Nelson in her tweet.
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In throwing more light on the issue, Osikani said that the government had set up a number of passport applications across the country simplifying the process.
He then jabbed the actress by asking her to "stop whining" and follow the right procedure.
Osikani's comment did not go down well with Yvonne who in turn blocked him for being "too knowing".
The young man, after he received the boot from the actress shared evidence of the block and said some celebs block you when they lose an argument with you.
Meanwhile, popular Ghanaian rapper Kwame Nsiah-Apau known widely by the name Okyeame Kwame, his indicated that he is searching for fellow creative Gyedu Blay Ambolley in relation to a court case.
The musician known also as the Rap Dacta, took to Facebook to indicate that a court bailiff is looking to serve Mr Ambolley with summons which has been necessitated by a suit filed against the veteran singer.
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Okyeame Kwame revealed that he was still in search of the Kwaakwaa singer so that he can be duly served with writs but he is nowhere to be seen.
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