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Celebrities — 21 December 2012
Yvonne Nelson opens her wardrobe; “I have over a hundred pair shoes”

Actress Yvonne Nelson has revealed she has over hundred pair of shoes.

In an interview she granted over a week ago, the star actress said she is a big fan of shoes, and perhaps that explains for the large number she stocks.

Yvonne, who has been in the news lately, also said she has trust issues and as a result would be staying away from dating for some time.

On what kind of music she listens to, she said any Trigmatic, Sarkodie, Ice Prince, Nas, Kendrick Lamar and Chase piece of work would do.

2012 has so far been a good year for the lanky actress, and it appears there is no stopping her.

But with all said, why are actors and actresses not supportive of one another? Just a few days ago, the debilitating state of Ngozi Nwosu’s health was made public and they all know about it. All she needs is $20,000 to get proper treatment for her health situation. Most of them get close to $5,000 per movie and we all know how many movies they act in each year. So why should Ngozi even have to reach out to the public for support when they could all have privately contributed for her care? Doesn’t one good turn deserve another? Any one of them could have been in the same situation.

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