11 January 2013

Ghana: 'I'm Not in a Relationship' - Yvonne Nelson

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Ghanaian actress Yvonne Nelson.

Ghanaian actress, Yvonne Nelson, has hinted that she is not into any relationship at the moment following her reported bitter experience with Nigerian 'Kukere' singer, Iyanya Mbuk.

Yvonne took to twitter to 'possibly' announce to suitable and qualified dudes out there that she is single and still believes in love even though 'some' have tried to 'hurt' her to make love look ugly.

Her tweet reads, "I'm not in any RELATIONSHIP now. Love is a beautiful thing. Humans make it UGLY. I still believe in LOVE."

The whole saga started on social media, involving Ghana's actress Yvonne Nelson, Nigerian musician Iyanya and Nollywood actress Tonto Dikeh, about who has left who for who.

Yvonne Nelson took to the internet to vent her feelings after Nigerian sensation Iyanya of Kukure fame dumped her for another actress Tonto Dikeh.

This has been going on and after Tonto Dike replied Yvonne's tweet and the two actresses took their rivalry to Blackberry messenger (BBM) where they threw 'nasty' insults at each other.

However, the whole love triangle came to a head in Accra, during the Christmas holidays, when the three characters involved in what is largely described as "Cyber movie", came under one roof at the Ghana Movie Award 2012.

The Nigerian singer, Iyanya, shot down suggestions of a bad blood among all three characters. The "Kukere" and "Ur Waist" singer has categorically denied reports that point to a not-too-pleasant relationship, adding that apart from the fact that he is "cool" with Yvonne and Tontoh, he also respects both ladies, and that he "appreciate their hard work".

Iyanya made good use of his holidays in Accra to rewrite the love notes with Yvonne Nelson. The actress was said to have also dropped off the singer at the airport in her own car, when he finally flew out of Accra.

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