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Yvonne Nelson’s Daughter’s Name Will Keep Your Mouth Wide Opened

Yvonne Nelson’s two-month old daughter is RYN Roberts, the actress has revealed. RYN is a Welsh name meaning ‘Ruler.’

Little Miss Roberts was born on Sunday, October 29, 2017 to Nelson and her boyfriend, Jamie Roberts, a London- Fashion Photographer, who is originally from Wales.

Roberts traveled to Ghana few days before the birth of his daughter in the West African country.

Yvonne Nelson is a Ghanaian actress, model, film producer and an entrepreneur. She has starred in several movies including House of Gold (2013) and Any Other Monday.

Nelson was born in Accra but she is a Fante whose hometown is in Cape Coast. She started her education at St. Martin De Porres School in Accra and later went to Aggrey Memorial Senior High School. She had her tertiary education at Central University College, where she did a degree course in Human Resource Management.

Her first lead role was the title character in the movie Princess Tyra. She shot about five more movies and then went to Nigeria to shoot her first collaboration with Genevieve Nnaji in 2007, which launched her career in Nollywood. Nigerian movie industry Since then, she has become a household name in the movie industry.

Nelson produced her first movie, The Price, in 2011, followed by Single And Married the next year. The latter won Best Picture at the Ghana Movie Awards and Best Ghanaian Movie in Nigeria at the 2013 City People Awards.

She followed these up with House of Gold in 2013.

She founded the Yvonne Nelson Glaucoma Foundation in 2010 to help create awareness about the disease. With support from other Ghanaian celebrities, she recorded an all-star charity single, and shot a video to help educate people. In 2013 she was honoured by GoWoman Magazine & Printex for her Glaucoma Foundation and film career.

In recent times, Nelson has taken it upon herself, together with other celebrities, to add more voices to the masses in protests against the energy crisis in her country. She led a peaceful vigil on May 16, 2015, called DumsorMustStop.

 

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Video:Juliet Ibrahim excites her fans with killer dance moves

You can trust Ghanaian Actress , film producer and Singer Juliet Ibrahim to always catch some ‘fun time’ amidst all the stress. She has been spotted dancing in a latest instagram post.

They say all work and no play makes Jack a dull boy. As a mother of one , she takes time off her busy schedule to have the fun that she can have and make the best out of life.

Browngh.com caught a glimpse of Juliet Ibrahim’s dancing skills and we could not help but share with our readers.

On her official instagram page , she shared a video of her dancing with caption: A special shaku shaku dance to one of my favorite songs – Hey Maami by @waleturner This is to say thanks to everyone who voted for our girl @ceec_official remember fam it’s time to VOTE AND GO HARD!

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Most female celebrities who are ambassadors for products exchange sex for those positions – Afia Schwar

Controversial comedienne, Afia Schwarzenegger has indicated that most female celebrities have had contracts to become ambassadors for products and institutions because they exchange their sex for such positions.

According to her, she has not had the opportunity to be an ambassador for a product or an institution because she has not cheapened herself to sleep with the big men.

Afioa who was speaking to Accra-based Kasapa FM indicated that some female celebrities although may want to comment on some happenings in the country but cannot do so because they fear a man may come to shame them because he has slept with them.

She said “Some of us we’ve not been brand ambassadors for certain products and institutions because we didn’t allow people to have sex with us.

They’ve not made me the face of whatever because I did not allow them to sleep with me, but that is fine with me. From the way I’m loud mouthed, if I had cheapened myself and allow people to sleep with me, I wouldn’t have been able to speak my mind freely as I’ve always done. You see, most of these popular girls are not able to publicly comment on issues because, they fear they’ll be shamed by men who have slept with them”.

She noted that most big men in Ghana are wicked and will only agree to help young ladies after they have had sexual encounter with them

“A lot of the big men in Ghana are wicked, they only help young after sleeping with them, it’s only a few that are God-fearing.”

Source:mynewsgh.com

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I need help to raise my children – Joyce Dzidzor begs Ghanaians

Ex-HIV/AIDS Ambassador Joyce Dzidzor Mensah has called on benevolent Ghanaians to aid her to get out of the deep financial crisis in which she currently finds herself.

She disclosed that she has no means to raise money to support the education of her three children as a single mother.

The reason, she stated, is that no one wants to work with her because of her HIV/AIDS status.

“I am currently not living with my children because I don’t have a place to stay. I am in deep crisis. My medications are also very expensive and I can’t afford it…,” she told NEWS-ONE on Thursday.

“I invested all my money into a barbering shop and a small food joint but people started complaining the food is infected with virus and so people shouldn’t buy from the joint. Everything has collapsed and I lost all my money,” she added.

In December 2014, Dzidzor publicly announced that she lied about her HIV/AIDS status for years and had never tested positive for the disease before working with the Ghana AIDS commission as an HIV/AIDS ambassador.

After that declaration, she has been on several media platforms trying to defend her actions, even though she has received widespread criticisms from Ghanaians and the Ghana AIDS Commission.

However, in 2016, she made a shocking U-turn to say she, indeed, tested positive for the virus. She had to lie about her status to protect her children from stigmatisation.

“It looks like because I have done campaigns and my face is everywhere, it is difficult for people to even work with me. So right with my situation as a single mother with three children and no job, I am pleading with the general public to support me with money to start something to take care of my children,” she pleaded on Thursday.

“I realised that I have destroyed my life just because I tried to protect my children at school by denying my status. I am in crisis now and if people are able to support me and my family, I am willing to come back to work on TV and radio to educate people on HIV & AIDS. When I sleep, I always dream I am still teaching children about HIV & AIDS,” Dzidzor added.

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