When the debut winner of MTN-sponsored music talent show, Project Fame West Africa, Iyanya Mbuk, sang the song, ‘Yvonne Nelson, I love your medicine, all I want is your waist’, many were not too sure if the ‘Kukere’ master was actually dating the Ghanaian star or not.
Before their affair packed up, both reportedly denied any romantic relationship between them. Even when a picture taken by the two stars at a beach flooded the internet, which further fuelled their rumoured sizzling romance, Iyanya still denied it.
It was surprising to many ardent followers both ex-lovers when Yvonne Nelson posted a series of emotional tweets on her twitter page indicating heartbreak by her handsome Iyanya.
Soon, the blogosphere was bubbling again with the story, but Iyanya still denied dating the Ghanaian movie actress, insisting that his name wasn’t mentioned in the purported tweets by the embittered lover girl Yvonne Nelson.
But pouring out her mind in an interview, Yvonne Nelson confirmed that she dated the Nigerian music star for seven to eight years before they broke up.
When asked what she still feels about Iyanya, she said, “Iyanya is such an amazing person, but I just feel he needs to be more honest and be a man of his words.”
Dropping the bombshell, the fair-skinned screen queen said, “It’s not good if he takes advantage of women,” adding that, “My mum always says any man who takes advantage of women won’t end up well. It’s Karma, it’s going to come back to you.”
She advised the wave-making music star to “treat women fairly and he should be an honest person.” She added that, “it’s been a while though, I haven’t seen him. He is doing amazing things in his career and I wish him luck.”
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