It seems Ghana’s entertainment industry this week has had lots of unending tension and trolls by social media users.
From Nana Aba vs Abeiku Santana, the attacks on female celebrities and Emelia Brobbey over the release of her song ‘Fa Me Ko’, the country has been quite interesting.
After the exchange of words between Yvonne Nelson, a tweep, Eugene Osafo Nkansah aka Nkonkonsa and Victoria Lebene on their social media pages, the blogger on live radio has thrown another shade at Miss Nelson.
According to Nkonkonsa, the ‘Princess Tyra’s’ movie star is emotionally unintelligent.
Speaking on Ekwanso Dwodwoo with host of the show, Abeiku Santana, the blogger advised the actress to tolerate criticisms since she is a public figure.
“I think she should be emotionally intelligent… Mahama and Nana Addo would have shot people [if they lacked emotional intelligence]. She should be emotionally intelligent especially when you are a public figure,” he said.
He continued that, he sees nothing wrong as a blogger to repost the actress’s tweets on his social media pages.
“I see nothing wrong with what I did because I saw Yvonne’s post as newsworthy so I shared it”.
I pray your marriage lasts – Yvonne Nelson tells Victoria Lebene
Eugene’s wife in a tweet asked Yvonne Nelson to tolerate other people’s opinions ‘regardless of the sensitivity’ because she is an opinion leader.
“If we all decide to be Opinion leaders, then we should be ready to receive other opinion, regardless the sensitivity. People’s opinion cannot be controlled, that’s the sad part,” she wrote
But Yvonne quickly fired back at Victoria. She called her a ‘loser and pathetic’, adding that she prays no one disrespect her children and that her marriage lasts.
“Bunch of losers! Y’all are pathetic. Someone is supporting her hubby for posting a diss, don’t worry. You’ll get pregnant/or is already pregnant, I pray you get treated with respect, and hope no one disrespects your baby. I pray your marriage lasts too,” Yvonne tweeted.
If we all decide to be Opinion leaders, then we should be ready to receive other opinion, regardless the sensitivity. People’s opinion cannot be controlled, that’s the sad part.
— Victoria Osafo-Nkansah (@VictoriaLebene) December 10, 2019