Iyanya, Nigeria’s fast-rising music artiste, to some people, is not in the good books of Ghanaian actresses, who probably must have felt bad with the way he allegedly treated one of their ‘sisters’, Yvonne Nelson, who he reportedly dated and dumped later.
At the Ghana Music Awards held some weeks ago in Accra, it was reported that Yvonne Okoro initially snubbed the Nigerian singer, after he made efforts to drag her to the stage to dance with him.
As then reported, Iyanya, while performing at the event, called on his alleged former lover’s namesake to come on stage with him to probably ‘shake’ her waist, but she declined. It was said that Iyanya was later forced to meet with Yvonne Okoro on seat, called on her severally until the lady was embarrassed and forced herself to heed to the call.
However, while some Ghanaians may not like Iyanya for what he ‘did’ to Yvonne Nelson, by only interested in Yvonne Nelson’s ‘waist’, Juliet Ibrahim sees Iyanya as an admirable and talented act.
Juliet stated that she likes Iyanya mostly in his R&B form, describing him as a good and talented singer
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