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Popular Ghanaian actress, author and movie producer, Yvonne Nelson has in an exclusive interview with Age Media addressed the prevalent belief in Ghana and Africa that acting is a negative career choice for women. The actress, who has made a significant mark in the entertainment industry, shared her perspective on this matter.

“I respect everyone’s perspective, and it’s important to acknowledge that different cultures and societies have their own beliefs and values,” Nelson began.

She stressed the importance of respecting diverse opinions while advocating for personal choice in career decisions.

Yvonne Nelson firmly believes that career choices should be based on one’s passion, talent, and personal aspirations rather than conforming to societal expectations. She passionately expressed her views on the positive aspects of acting, emphasizing that it provides a platform for self-expression, storytelling, and connecting with audiences.

“Acting, like any other profession, can be a positive and fulfilling career for women. It can empower women to be strong, confident, and influential voices in society,” Nelson said, highlighting the empowering nature of the entertainment industry.

Having worked alongside incredibly talented and inspiring women in the entertainment sector, Yvonne Nelson emphasized that these women have broken barriers and made a positive impact, challenging stereotypes along the way.

Yvonne Nelson encouraged individuals, regardless of their gender, to pursue their dreams and passions with determination and resilience. She highlighted that what truly matters is the impact one makes and the positive change brought to communities and beyond.

Yvonne Nelson’s perspective serves as a powerful reminder of the importance of pursuing one’s passions and challenging societal norms, especially in the pursuit of gender equality within the entertainment industry.

The actress was currently in the news with her explosive book, a memoir, dubbed “I Am Not Yvonne Nelson.”  The book details her life’s struggles and victory.

The celebrated Ghanaian actress who recently launched her YouTube series, ‘Heels & Sneakers‘, has joined top YouTube MCN, Age Africa to take her channel to the next level and reach a wider audience.