Yvonne Nelson, a well-known actress and producer from Ghana, isn’t given up on finding her real father.
She makes the seeming impassioned plea that she has yet to get a call from her father.
‘Father, DAD, I’m still waiting for your call’, she wrote on Twitter on Thursday, October 12.
The Fix Us actress’s true father’s identity has come up in debate once more thanks to the post that went viral.
In an attempt to discover the father’s identity, Yvonne Nelson released her book, “I Am Not Yvonne Nelson,” on Sunday, June 18.
But once Yvonne Nelson revealed on pages 88–95 of her book’s eighth chapter that she had aborted her pregnancy for well-known Ghanaian rapper Sarkodie, the book’s original intent was misdirected.
Yvonne Nelson wrote her memoir primarily to satisfy her intense need to know her biological father, but her desire was overshadowed by news reports about Sarkodie and her connection that appeared in mainstream and social media.
The Single and Married producer claimed in “I Am Not Yvonne Nelson” that, despite what her mother had taught her for many years, she was not a Nelson after a DNA test showed otherwise.
Her mother subsequently identified the late Peter Ala Adjetey, the former Speaker of Parliament, as her father after persistently pressuring her to find out who her true father was after the results of the DNA test.
She was disappointed when the results of a second DNA test to see if the late statesman was indeed her biological father came back negative.
It has been a wild goose chase since the unexpected incident that prompted her to ask her mother to reveal her father’s name.
Yvonne Nelson claims that her mother’s reluctance to reveal her true father has damaged their once-beautiful mother-daughter bond. The two haven’t spoken since Yvonne turned 37 in November of last year.
Checkout Yvonne’s tweet Here