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Yvonne Nelson’s campaign against Dumsor was politically funded-Mr. Beautiful

Mr. Beautiful as he is popularly known in the entertainment industry has expressed his disappointment in Yvonne Nelson and Sarkodie over the 2016 ‘Dumsor’ Must Stop protest saying that it was all bogus and rubbish.

According to the famous actor, in an interview on Okay FM, the campaign that attracted attention beyond Ghana was also politically funded.

Mr. Beautiful also added that Yvonne Nelson is ‘a damn liar’ and he would really like to meet her one on one to explain how ‘Dumsor’ contributed to the collapse of the Ghanaian movie and music industry.

Yvonne Nelson together with fellow actors like Van Vicker and musicians such as Sarkodie and Efya took to the streets of Accra to protest against a historic grievances of the Ghanaian people back in 2016 regarding the unpredictable electric power outages.

Mr. Beautiful, who is an NDC supporter, also expressed his disappointment in Sarkodie for supporting the campaign which he describes as bogus and rubbish.

 “Sarkodie is a very good friend of mine but I need him right now to point to him that thing he did was bogus, nonsense and rubbish“. he stated.

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