Yvonne Nelson Got Skin Bleached In Texas?

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Obviously, Princess Belemzy hosted this Ghanaian movie star ‘Yvonne Nelson’ on the 16th March 2012 in Houston (Texas) for a red carpet event with had Golden Icons as the Media associates, I thought the Ghanaian long legged actress trip to the U.S.A 3months ago had some kind of immense impact since the African Texas base event quarters ‘PRINCESS BELMZY’ was engrossed in the actress stay within the states. Because I and Ghanaians living in the United States know everything from Princess Belemzy is authentic and outstanding.

But according to a very reliable source reaching THEMONTEOZ desk in Texas claims, Yvonne of nelson’s expedition to Texas wasn’t only for a Red Carpet affair nevertheless her main justification for the stated journey to the states was to remove the color of her God’s given skin as a natural ebony black woman. Meaning she desire a White race skin.

This spy who doesn’t want to be mention reported to TheMonteOz via telephone exposing:

I Saw a Lady whom I commonly see in African movies called Yvonne Nelson inside a cosmetic superstore and spa located down town 10701 Research Blvd, Austin – Texas asking how to get her skin washed and lighten like a Brazilian and how much it cost plus if it can be done in a Day. $1458 – Us Dollars was the damage for her skin wash along with the bleaching affirmed the informant.

And talking about lightening skin like a Brazilian reminds of Yvonne’s previous interview somewhere last year on ETV’s late night celebrity show hosted by Dzifa Smith, where she claims she’s half Brazilian when a question of her Ethnicity was unleashed to her on the show. For that we all know she lied on TV for the reason that she’s trying to be a Brazilian but she cannot and for people who know her for real counting her old school mates and some childhood friends confirmed to the media what she claimed was false.

Although she would be a patriotic or let me simply put “A GREAT BRAZILIAN” due to her long legs, I’m still trying to figure out what kind of a Brazilian she’s would become with the last name Nelson, because Brazilians do not have English last names unless they are mixed raced but it’s very hard to hit upon mixed Brazilians. But for Yvonne, mix from where?

To me removing skin color changes no Nationality of one. So I really don’t get the reason why she would go bleaching if she really did it. Its past 3months now since Yvonne Nelson got back from her trip. I’ve not really gotten into personal contact with her yet but description reaching my desk so far states that her skin now has by far improved and has become lighter than before.

I absolutely see some skin changes through her recent photos on her website and Facebook page.

Author: The Monteoz

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