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Actress fires shots at David Oscar

"Well , David Oscar, you say we like attention but you can't keep our names out of your mouth," Lydia tweeted.

Lydia Forson
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In an exclusive one-on-one interview on Pulse TV, David Oscar, who claims he is still single disclosed that, should any opportunity arise for him to date any Ghanaian female celebrity, it would be either Helen Asante, Yvonne Nelson or voluptuous Lydia Forson.

On seeing the news, Lydia didn't hesitate to punch him for including her and Yvonne in his list. According to 31-year-old actress, David Oscar once described her and Yvonne as 'attention seekers' 'so he should keep their names out of his mouth'.

Another tweet immediately followed "In the words of Lupita,'your dream are valid' *coughs if reachable."

David Oscar vs. Yvonne Nelson and Lydia Forson beef

In 2015, President John Dramani Mahama picked actor John Dumelo as his favourite Ghanaian actor which Yvonne Nelson and Lydia Forson saw as discriminatory.

This led to series of social media rants among celebrities where David Ocar took to his Facebook page to jab Yvonne Nelson and Lydia Forson, and describing them as 'attention seekers'.

“It’s funny when I see people create raucous over “Mahama’s list”. Why do we pretend that you need one man’s approval to validate your success. Lydia Forson is hurt for not making that “all important list”? SMH.

We need to quit seeking attention from every quarter and seek attention for the right causes. How does your name being mentioned by the president, help correct all the socio-economic developmental woes of our country, continent and world?

Let’s quit being myopic. As for Yvonne Nelson’s comments, the least said about it, the better. Good night," David Oscar wrote.

This is why Lydia felt it was unnecessary for David Oscar to have mentioned her name in his list of celebrities he would love to date.

Watch the full interview below.

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