(Entertainment Gist)


Beautiful actress, Yvonne Nelson is said to have gotten into a
shouting match with journalists at a press conference recently held in
Reports have it that Yvonne nearly crashed a press conference in Ghana that was called to create publicity for the movie, ‘Any Other Monday‘.

The actress and producer has the lead role in the movie but was
however reported to have ranted at the top of her voice following the
questions asked by journalists at the event.
During a question and answer session, it was gathered that a
journalist wanted to find out from Pascal Amanfo, producer of the
movie if a Nigerian member of the cast, Kunle Remi, had a work permit to feature in the movie in Ghana.

Kunle Remi GUS winner and Actor

The question was said to have angered
Yvonne who raised her hand signaling she wanted to answer the question and then she became even more annoyed when another journalist went on pressing for the answer to the initial question.
The actress, who is also a film producer, reportedly went on saying there are too many irresponsible journalists in Ghana and finally asked journalists to write positive stories about actors and actresses instead of unending negative stories about them

You’ll always be mine / Sing it to the world / You’ll always be my boy / I’ll always be your girl / Ain’t nobody’s business / But mine and my baby””
That’s how the lyrics to the controversial collaboration between Rihanna and her ex-boyfriend/abuser (hey, it’s just a fact) Chris Brown start out. The song, entitled “Nobody’s Business,” expresses a sentiment that we’ve heard before from both artists in regards to their troubled past together: that it’s nobody’s business but theirs. This song is perfectly in line with the title of Rihanna’s seventh album Unapologetic as in, I will not apologize for my decisions (to collaborate with the ex boyfriend who was charged with beating me up).

This isn’t the first time the two artists have collaborated since the domestic abuse incident: earlier this year Ri-ri had Chris Brown on the remix to “Birthday Cake” and expressed surprise in an interview with Esquire UK that anybody would be concerned about the collaboration. “The whole thing caught me a little off-guard to be honest … especially the amount of … negative attention,” she told the magazine, “it never occurred to me how this was going to be a problem. It really didn’t.” We don’t know if we can believe that. It seems to us that the two are provocateurs trying to shock us with their musical decisions.

What do you think: is this collaboration a good idea? Do you like the song? Tell us in the comments…download and enjoy ttp://