Ace Ghanaian actress, Yvonne Nelson is currently facing unbridled attacks on Twitter due to a view she shared on the trending Sex for Grades documentary by the BBC.
In the past few days, numerous Ghanaians and other Africans have been reacting to the BBC Documentary which was targeted at lecturers who were alleged by many persons to be habitually involved in sexual harassment against their female students.
One of the many celebrities who have taken to Twitter to also share their views on the documentary is actress Yvonne Nelson.
Sex for grades! Sex for jobs! Sex for everything in our part of the world! Your brains dont matter here. It’s the covered parts they want, oh wait, these parts arent covered anymore…its free on social media. Will it ever change??
— Yvonne Nelson (@yvonnenelsongh) October 8, 2019
The latter part of Yvonne Nelson’s tweet above, appears to have been understood by many Twitter users to be an imposition of the blame on some ladies who end up as victims of sexual harassment.
Below are some sizzling reactions to Yvonne Nelson’s controversial tweet:
I’m wondering how Yvonne Nelson thought his made sense cause If we are staying on topic, When Kemi went to see Boniface, she was fully clothed but he still harassed her. When is it gonna sink in that what you wear isn’t a determinant for assault & rape. This is victim blaming https://t.co/wh7tv2F0o8
— ebele. (@ebelee_) October 8, 2019
Yvonne Nelson. Youuu that ties towels in your movies and take them off is trying to slut shame?? Like you literally do things our society deems as "immoral"
You're here performing for the same men that wouldn't even batte an eye in calling you an "ashawo" in seconds.
— Queen of magnificent mystery (@jayydare) October 8, 2019
See right here this girl is dressed.
I just wanted to show Yvonne nelson and others who feel it's cause of the way the students are dressed.#sexforgrades isn't about dressing, it's about power.
Victim blaming is inconsiderate and shameful.
Blame the predator not the prey pic.twitter.com/hMY30QvKbG
— Ofe (@Orfair1) October 8, 2019
10years later pic.twitter.com/Y99SiHmHia
— 🇬🇭炒作神🇬🇭 (@khqwesy) October 8, 2019
Yall shouldn't blame Yvonne Nelson for her tweet. You see ehn, she is tall and also puts on wig. Imagine been close to the sun with wig on head. Her brains are fried and damaged . Allow her to misbehave
— 𓈈 Nsawam Micheal Scofield (@OkwasiaBiNti) October 8, 2019
Yvonne Nelson should go and rest. 10 years ago she was misleading teenagers with her movies.
— ZubbyGodson🕊️ (@ZubbyGodson22) October 8, 2019