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The Yonne Nelson Diary Of Controversies

Source The Ghana Report

Over the past few days, popular Ghanaian actress Yonne Nelson has been trending on social media following some stark revelations in her newly launched book.

The book which is titled ‘I Am Not Yvonne Nelson’ opens the life of the actress to the world and highlights various difficulties she went through while growing up.

The two issues from the book which have become major talking points on social media are Yvonne’s explosive revelation about how iconic Ghanaian musician, Sarkodie, impregnated her back in 2010 and forced her to abort it.

The other explosive revelation that is also causing a lot of stir on social media is the revelation by the actress that Nigerian musician, Iyanya cheated on her multiple times with actress Tonto Dikeh at the time she felt they were madly in love.

Theghanareport.com brings you some highlights of the book.

Yvonne and Iyanya’s love life

Yvonne Nelson has revealed how her relationship with Nigerian singer, Iyanya Onoyom Mbuk ended after she found out he was cheating on her with popular actress, Tonto Dikeh.

It will be recalled that Yvonne Nelson and Iyanya used to be in a relationship until a slit in 2012.

Iyanya had explained that they broke up because they hardly had time for each other.

However, the actress has made a shocking revelation about their split in her recently published book titled “I Am Not Yvonne Nelson.”

She claimed that she never expected the breakup because she thought their relationship was true until an unknown person called her from his residence and informed her of Tonto’s constant visits.

According to Yvonne, she had taken to Twitter to call out Tonto but the latter had told her to move on from the relationship because feelings change and the singer’s feelings towards her had changed.

She added that even if she did not find out about Tonto she would have still left the relationship because she discovered other shocking things.

Yonne’s pregnancy and abortion with Sarkodie

Among the revelations in her book is her decision to terminate a pregnancy because the man who put her in that situation refused to accept responsibility on the basis that he had another girlfriend.

According to the actress, the man in question was a rapper based in Tema and this incident happened in 2010. In her narrative, she mentioned that the said rapper is Sarkodie, a renowned Ghanaian musician.

“On an ordinary day, I would have laughed out loud, and that would trigger a string of jolly conversations and jokes. But this was no laughing matter. It was a grim piece of information that was capable of turning my world upside down. I wasn’t the only one responsible for the situation, so I called the man whose potent seed had germinated in me. His name is Michael Owusu Addo, a renowned Ghanaian musician who is better known as Sarkodie,” she further states in the book.

According to the actress, “Sarkodie was a budding musician with the potential to become one of the biggest artists in Ghana and beyond. At the time, however, the future looked uncertain, and his way through the maze of life still appeared too foggy to predict. Success was not guaranteed. He was still living with his mother and was not ready to carry a burden while he was being carried by his mother.”

“I wouldn’t call what had developed between us a serious relationship. I gravitated toward people in the music industry. For the longest time in my life, music was my getaway from all the unpleasant things life threw at me. So, I liked his talent. We started talking and got close. Closer.”

This revelation in Yvonne Nelson’s book has sparked mixed feelings and diverse opinions among social media users. Some individuals expressed shock and disappointment at the alleged behavior of Sarkodie, while others questioned the timing and motive behind Yvonne’s revelation.

Banned by movie producers

In 2010, Yvonne Nelson, the rising movie star then, was banned by the Film Producers Association of Ghana for a year, over her fight with popular movie producer Abdul Salam Mumuni.

She was banned for reportedly showing disrespect on several occasions to her fellow actors, producers and crew members.

However, narrating the events in her new book, the movie star claimed injustice was meted out to her coupled with power play by some of the producers.

Recounting the reasons that led to her altercation with the popular movie producer, she highlighted how she abandoned lectures and quizzes for a shoot that didn’t take place due to the absence of one of the lead actors.

Yvonne Nelson said she was unhappy with the development since it was adversely affecting her academic work at Central University College and had to inform Abdul Salam.

She said her explanation did not go well with the movie producer who flared up and verbally attacked her.

She revealed that only Majid Micheal stood up for her, saying no one, not even actresses or producers, lobbied for the ban to be dropped.

Yvonne Nelson’s real Dad

One of the many things that popped up in Yvonne Nelson’s book was the identity crises she suffered because her mother had no idea who her father was.

In the book, Yvonne established that she had to conduct a DNA to ascertain the real identity of her father after the man(Mr Oko Nelson) she had called dad for all these years was not the one.

Mr Oko Nelson & Yvonne Nelson

She disclosed in her memoir that she was once convinced that the late stalwart of the governing New Patriotic Party (NPP) Peter Ala Adjetey was her real father.

However, Yvonne’s hopes were squashed for the second time as the DNA tests proved that the former speaker also was not her father, a situation which has since left the actress in limbo.

Yvonne Nelson said her first step to finding out if it was true that the venerated late former Speaker of Parliament was her real dad was to reach out to Kiki Banson for the number of Gabby Adjetey, the late Peter Ala Adjetey’s firstborn.

“I knew he will have Gabby’s contact because Kiki was (and still is) a big name and well-connected figure in Ghana’s entertainment industry. Gabby Adjetey, who is now in London, once worked with Joy FM so I was certain Kiki would have his number. Kiki expressed his shock when I told him the story and why I needed Gabby’s number. I, however, told him it was classified information, and he promised to keep it as such.

“Two days after getting his number, I set up a video call with Gabby. At that point, I had become conscious of the never-ending drama, so I decided to document my search. I set up a camera and recorded myself making the call in what was to be my first encounter with my real father’s child. I didn’t have to struggle to introduce myself because Gabby knew who I was. What he did not know and would not have imagined was what I was about to tell him, that 1 was his sister.”

She said she made it clear from the onset that she didn’t want anything from the respected NPP politician and she only wanted to know who her real father was.

According to the movie producer, her quest to put to rest the doubts in her mind pushed her to do a DNA test. The test proved that she was not Peter Ala Adjetey’s daughter.

She disclosed that after a second test, with another child of Ala Adjetey, results showed that she was indeed not the daughter of Ala Adjetey.

The trouble finding her real dad and the disappointing outcome of the DNA test strained relations with her mom, Yvonne said in her book.

Considering the fact that to date, Yvonne does not know her real father, the actress’ mother’s chastity has been questioned.

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