Ghanaian actress has used some strong words on Counsellor Lutterodt during her recent interview with Abeiku Santana on UTV's "Atuu”.
The sexy screen diva didn’t hide her dislike for the radio counsellor and some negative comments he has passed about her and other female celebrities.
Yvonne, who took legal action against Counsellor Lutterodt for describing her daughter as “Kwasiaba”, said eventhough she has forgiven the latter after he apologised to her, she can never be friends with him. She also stressed that if counsellor has a problem with her he should attack her directly instead of involving her daughter.
“How can he ever be my friend? I don’t want him as a friend, he can never be my friend!”, she fumed.
The award-winning actress indicated that if the controversial counsellor wants to trend or simply get people hearty, he shouldn’t do so at the expense of others.
“I don’t like people who are all about negativity simply because they want to trend or to make people laugh. Somethings are just not funny,” Yvonne stated.
According to the talented actress, she lays blame at the doorstep of Counsellor Lutterodt’s wife for the offensive conduct of the spouse, adding that the family of the Lutterodts are also partly the reason why he (Counsellor) has been misbehaving because of their inability to make him act sensibly.
Counsellor Lutterodt's attack on Yvonne Nelson started after the actress in an interview with BBC said it will be "hypocritical for anybody to condemn her for giving birth out of wedlock and leave adulterers and the likes to go free, because by so doing, her critics were ignoring the “bigger” sins of others just to come and talk about her “small” sin".
Counsellor Lutterodt in reacting described the actress' glorification of giving birth out of wedlock as 'shameful'. His remarks didn’t go down well with Yvonne Nelson, who asked her Lawyers to write to him to demand a retraction and an unqualified public apology; which the Counsellor duly complied.
Watch the full interview video below: