I Have Stopped Fighting For The Movie Industry; I Am Minding My Business – Yvonne Nelson

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Kofi Oppong Kyekyeku
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Yvonne Nelson has stated that she has stopped fighting for the movie industry.

She made this statement during an interview with Andy Dosty on Hitz FM.

The Ghanaian actress and producer said she is now minding her business.

“I have stopped fighting for the industry. What can I do? I’m just minding my business and producing my movies. I think we should put in the work as producers, and I am doing that. As for the rest, it’s up to them.”

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Instead of the plenty talking, she said her colleagues should keep working to make the industry vibrant.

“I think we talk too much and we do not put in action. I am putting in action and producing movies, I am getting busy, and I know my other colleagues who are part of my movies are getting busy. We just need a vibrant industry.

“The talk is too much, so now we are putting in the work ourselves,” Yvonne stated.

She is preparing for the premiere of her latest movie ‘Fifty Fifty’ which starred John Dumelo, Majid Michel Anthony Wood, Jackline Mensah and others on May 21.

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