Best Friends Yvonne Nelson & John Dumelo at War on Social Media

Ghanaian top actors, Yvonne Nelson and John Dumelo who used to be so
close that fans once swore they were definitely dating are currently at
war with each other, guys. Things are so bad that if you go to Yvonne’s
Instagram page right now, you will see not one photo of John again.
What happened? You recall Ghanaians recently staged a protest over
the epileptic power supply in their country. Actress Yvonne was one of
the celebrities that championed that cause. Well, turns out Yvonne
expected her bestie John Dumelo to lend his voice as well but was
shocked instead when he chose to ask Ghanaians to be patient with their
president.
An obviously irritated Yvonne replied her friend by calling him an
ass kisser and in a new vlog published yesterday, told the world John
Dumelo had stopped taking her calls. John later replied only for Yvonne
to slam him in new tweets calling him a coward seeking attention.
Read
it all after the cut.

In the vlog, Yvonne said:

 “John came to
my house a few days ago when I tweeted about him “Kissing ass” and we
all laughed over it, had a fun time together and I even cooked and he
ate. My mum was at home. Two days after that, I called John Dumelo he
did not pick up. And I called him the next day he did not pick up….errrm
John did not support my campaign, John hasn’t spoken to me ever since
he left my house and I don’t know why. 

John
if you are watching, I think you are just been childish come on now
…come on now. I still have your stuff in my house, your two shirts are
in my house. No! They are in my car so meet me and come for it”.

John later on today took to twitter to reply Yvonne:

 And Yvonne immediately replied him:

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