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Entertainment of Saturday, 12 June 2010

Source: News One

Yvonne nelson Blacklisted

TOP ACTRESSES Yvonne Nelson, Juliet Ibrahim and one of Ghana’s top nightclub tycoons, confidence Haugen, the CEO of Aphrodisiac Night Club, are in a face – off with a section of Ghana’s entertainment media.

The three prominent showbiz moguls, at the moment, have been blacklisted by some entertainment websites over an alleged “unruly behavior” shown to the sites.

NEWS ONE managed to get confirmation that Ghanacelebrities.com and Ghanianmovie.com are two of the sites who are neck-deep in the blacklisting brouhaha. While Ghanacelebrities.com has sworn never to carry stories, either negative or positive, Yvonne Nelson, confidence Haugen and Juliet Ibrhaim, Ghanianmovie.com which has been currently hijacked by unknown people, has taken the same stance towards Yvonne Nelson.

The stance allegedly used unprintable words to describe management of the two websites over some stories they published about them. Yvonne’s story has to do with an alleged school fees rampus , while juliet’s is over her breast exposure controversy. Confidence brothers on her alleged fracas with her exlover boy and hip life musician, Ayigbe Edem.

The Storiess, according to sources, were not in a good taste for the stars, who also decided to react via alleged insults.

Yvonne Nelson, NEWS-ONE gathered, allegedly said “Ghacelibrities.com reporters have not sat in lecture halls before.

Recently, a Ghanaian based in the United States wanted to promote his upcoming movie titled ‘The Game’ on the sites but he sites have refused, because they claimed Yvonne Neslson is in the movie.

“Yvonne doesn’t need her ass. Yvonne must learn to respect, she is a star and not a private person. She insulted Ghanacelibrities.com and am married to the site. Let’s forget about them. We don’t entertain people who use foul language on us. We will not entertain people who talk loosely,” Ebenezer Anangfio Jnr., Ghanacelebrities.com representative in Ghana told NEWS-ONE on Wednesday from his posture, it appears his outfit will nto attempt putting up stories about the stars as they pledged.

Asked, if they will go back on their word if the two actresses and the Aphrodisiac CEO come to apologize, Eben said: “Chaelie, we are ready to welcome them,because as stars, they need us and we also need them. We don’t hate anyone. I don’t think those people involved are ready to apologize.

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