Attending Parties In Nigeria Paid Me More Than Acting In Ghana – Yvonne Nelson

June 22, 2023
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Popular Ghanaian actress/producer,  Yvonne Nelson has shared details of some of her experiences in Nigeria which fetched her more money than acting in her home country.

Nelson, in her much-talked about book, revealed attending events like birthday parties and others were sometimes more profitable to her than featuring in Ghanaian movies.

The renowned actress claimed the ‘Giant of Africa’ had people who hosted parties and were willing to part with huge sums to pay specific personalities just to be in attendance.

According to her, the presence of these rented guests was presumably their way of enhancing their status or even show their class.

“There were people who held parties and were prepared to pay you to attend just to enhance their status or show their class.

“The array of celebrities that attended someone’s party showed who they were.

“And being present at someone’s birthday or some other celebratory event sometimes paid me more than acting in a movie in Ghana,” she wrote.

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