Controversial ghanaian actress, media personality and comedian, Valentina Nana Agyeiwaa, popularly known as Afia Schwarzenegger has added her voice to the talk surrounding the release of Yvonne Nelson’s memoir titled “I Am Not Yvonne Nelson”.
According to Afia Schwarzenegger, Yvonne Nelson’s decision to write a book to talk about her failed relationships is a childish act and not a sign of boldness. She took to instagram on Wednesday, June 21, to share her opinion on the book.
Here is what she said, ”Writing a book to wash your dirty linen in public is NOT boldness but childishness at the highest degree (done that and outgrown it).”
Who in his or her right thinking mind will write a book to disrespect her mother? If I don’t know the real father of my children,if any of my children have to do a DNA to ascertain their paternity, then I the promiscuous mother should be ashamed of myself literally an Ashawo is even better. Couldn’t you have done that in private, with your family, or probably a pastor/ counsellor??
The socialite further asked Yvonne to be careful of the things she does, especially when she has a daughter. According to her, she prays for strength for Yvonne the day her daughter will question her about her book.
”After publicly scolding a man who ended up NOT being your real dad,calling a family member out shouldn’t be your option. Would you have done the same if your Dad was Atta Ayi in Prison and NOT the former speaker??? Just askingChildren Obey thy parents is a commandment from God…So respect your mother no matter the situation cos you yourself have had your fair share of bad relationships….”