Marriage is a beautiful thing but it has to be right. I don’t want to let my mom down, I want to make her and myself happy
Actress and producer Yvonne Nelson has stated that she is a secondary virgin and would want to be that for long as she is not in a rush to marry and she wants to concentrate more on her career.
“This year I’m a secondary virgin I’m just trying to concentrate on my career. I’m not in a rush; I don’t want to marry today and divorce tomorrow because it happens a lot in the industry. Marriage is a beautiful thing but it has to be right. I don’t want to let my mom down, I want to make her and myself happy”, she said.
Yvonne said this in an interview with KSM on the KSM’s Show on Metro TV when she was talking about her career and relationship issues.
Touching on the subject of problems she faces in her relationship the actress said men are intimidated by her success and being an independent lady, they feel she will be bossy and it has always been a problem,.
“Most Ghanaian men are intimidated; most often when it’s age appropriate; then they think I’m doing better than them and that I’m going to be bossy and control them around. Those around my age are bothered that I’m an independent lady. That has always been the problem”.
“There was about two guys who got scared. But I really don’t mind. Middle of last year, I was trying out something and I wasn’t convinced so I backed off. It had to do with the man not being matured enough” she explained.
She however talked about her dream man saying; “The person has to be age appropriate – a five year gap is okay. But I don’t want someone too old because when that happens, you can’t hold a conversation with such a person”.
The producer also explained that she does not want to date anyone in the industry especially John Dumelo as according to her, the actor is a ladies’ man and will forever be.
“I have been declaring this on social media every time that John is not my boyfriend. John has a lot of girlfriends. He is a ladies’ man and he will forever be John. Plus I don’t want any man in the industry".