…says ‘I’m not expensive’ , Denies being a lesbian
Top Ghanaian actress, Yvonne Nelson has again restated her claims that she is neither dating Nollywood bad boy, Jim Iyke nor her Ghanaian counterparts including Majid Michel and John Dumelo as widely speculated by her critics.
Though the leggy actress admitted having a close relationship particularly with Jim Iyke, claiming that “we have a great chemistry together.”
Speaking in an exclusive interview with Ekerete Udoh of The Diasporan Star, an American based African tabloid newspaper, the beautiful actress maintained that there is nothing between her and the three actors.
Just last year, it was rumoured that Yvonne was having a hot romance with Jim Iyke. Given the fact that Jim Iyke is involved in a highly publicised romance with the Jamaican model, Ketura Hamilton, industry watchers expressed the fear that Yvonne was treading on dangerous path.
But dispelling the rumour, Yvonne said “I am not dating Jim Iyke and that’s the truth, but I want to confess that we have a very close relationship. We have a great chemistry together- call it some form of magic between us, especially when we act together. He is a hot guy and I like him a lot. We are always together when he comes to Ghana to act in movies and I drive him around.”
Adding, she said “when I am in Nigeria, he does the same for me. But does that mean that we are dating? The answer is no. We are great friends – the manner I am with Majid Michel, John Dumelo- these are great and hot friends of mine as well. Does it mean that I must date ever person that I have an on-screen chemistry with? People should learn to be less judgmental. There is nothing wrong about having a friendship with a co-star and not talking it to the physical level.”
Denies being a lesbian Also, dismissing one of the rumours that negatively impacted on personality last year, which centered on her sexual orientation, Yvonne Nelson denied being a lesbian. “I am not a lesbian,”she said, adding “ lesbianism is against my religious beliefs, it’s against my cultural norms and I think it was very mischievous for people to insinuate such about someone they hardly knew.”