Popular Ghanaian actress, Yvonne Nelson has sent a strong warning to Ghanaians and Menzgold investors that she hates the way and manner in which she is being dragged into the whole Menzgold saga with the allegation that she invested a whopping amount in the embattled gold dealership company owned by Nana Appiah Mensah.
In a tweet on yesterday 12th January 2019, angry Yvonne Nelson attacked publications going rounds that she invested heavily in Menzgold. She explained that she has no investment with Menzgold and advised publishers and investors to go after celebrities who were all over Menzgold and Zylofon Media.
She specifically mentioned the Zylofon artist as the people who should be written about and automatically be attacked not her who has nothing to do with the Menzgold ‘scam’.
Yvonne Nelson posted tweeted:
“Whoever is using my image in this menzgold crap better watch out! I don’t have any investment with them! Why don’t you write about their artists? Rubbish!!!”
Yvonne Nelson is not the only person who has suggested the many celebrities and respected persons who surrounded Nana Appiah Mensah should be held responsible for the mess investors find themselves today.
Joe Jackson, Chief Operating Officer of Dalex Finance speaking with 3news laid the blame on these celebrities. He said:
“In terms of holding people accountable, I think the people who should be held most responsible are all those so-called celebrities, people of responsible influence and give credibility to this scheme.”
Lydia Forson Forson has already stated that Menzgold investors were not as greedy as some people want the world to believe. In her own view, they were deceived by celebrities and influencers who surrounded NM1 and gave him the credibility.