Yvonne Nelson Reacts After Being Called A Gold Digger On Radio Show

1 year ago

Ghanaian actress Yvonne Nelson has vowed to take legal action against Neat FM and slay queen known as Mona Gucci for defaming her.

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Mona Gucci speaking to Ola Micheal on Neat FM named some female celebrities as gold diggers and Yvonne Nelson was mentioned.

Reacting to the interview, the actress demanded an apology from Neat FM and Mona Gucci. The actress noted that failure to apologize will attract severe consequences.

According to her, any media house or platform that will post something negative about her will be dealt with and won’t have the chance to apologize.

See Her Post Below:

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