Ghanaian actress and model Yvonne Nelson have stirred controversy on social media after disclosing a bitter truth about love and relationships.
In a post shared on Twitter, the actress said that although it is painful, it is beautiful when someone you love tells you they love someone else.
A fan had counter the post asking the actress where the beauty is because it is excruciating.
However, the actress replied, saying it is rare for people to find love with another person and not life. Hence it is beautiful.
See the conversation below;
Yvonne Nelson: Do you know what’s painful , but beautiful? when someone you love tells you, they love someone else.
@kwekusafahjn wrote: Ah YN paa where’s the bauty in this. E go pain me hands down.
Yvone Nelson replied: Take is from this angle, they found love. They didn’t lie to you, it’s beautiful, it is rare.
This generated lots of reactions on Instagram.
sharon_jasmyne: Which kind yeye beautiful 😂😂something wey go pain me die
ella.onyii: Not a new thing na. But guess what, I can’t Relate 🤸
ihmarra_luxury: Hmmm shes right. Bt that wil be excrutiating! May we never meet the kind of person that loves someone else.
mira_nelo: Very beautiful… It better they tell you than lying to you Which hurts more
Who break your heart? Nigerians query as Jim Iyke sings Ric Hassani’s ‘Thunder Fire You’ song to mystery lady
The video of veteran actor, Jim Iyke singing passionately the newly released Ric Hassani's latest single 'Thunder Fire You' has sparked reactions on social media.
In a video shared on Instagram, the actor was seen with his friend, Melvin Oduah singing so passionately Ric Hassani's new song, ‘Thunder Fire You‘.
The song which is newly released is no doubt for people who are tired of the charades and fake love they are reciveing or have recieved from their lovers.
Nigerians on social media have however queried the actor inquiring if all is well.. Some went as far as questioning the identity of the lady who broke his heart.
Watch video below;
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Nigerian actress and media personality Nancy Isime has opened up about her childhood experiences and challenges.
In a recent interview with the BBC pidgin, the model said she lost her mother at the age of five, and life was difficult for her.
According to the actress, she went through depression as a child, attempted to commit suicide due to her suffering state.
Nancy Isime noted some people have time to go through life, but her case was different because she needed to be matured. After all, losing her mother at the age of five made her exposed to many things.
Speaking on her work experience, Nancy, who hails from Edo state said, she started working at age seventeen with an ushering job.
Governor of Imo State, Hope Uzodinma, has been knocked over by the Human Rights Writers Association of Nigeria on Wednesday for justifying his action of inviting the military to the Orlu area of the state.
The association describes the governor's justification and explanation as “feeble, illogical” and an “unwise decision.”
HURIWA insists that the invitation of military personnel to a strictly internal security challenge that does not require such intervention was an indication that the ''governor's mandate is questionable''.
The rights group condemns Uzodinma for his unbridled utterance and for failing to secure Imo State lawfully.
The group debunks the governor's statement, saying he invited the military to prevent anarchy...