Ghanaian actress, Yvonne Nelson says she has no feeling, whatsoever, towards her dad and he is just like any other person to her.
The actress who had always said her father was never there for her and her mom raised her alone, added that talking to her dad was like talking to a stranger on the street.
Speaking with the Punch, the model and film producer said, “My mother raised me single-handedly and she means the world to me. I am the last child and I have three siblings. She saw me through school and till date, she calls and checks up on me on a regular basis because she is concerned about my welfare. She is like my friend and I even call her Charlie,” she added.
On father-daughter relationship, the ‘Fortune Island’ act said, “My dad was not a part of my life because he wasn’t there for me. So, I almost do not say anything about him because there is no relationship or love between us.
“My dad is like any other person out there because I didn’t have a chance to develop a relationship with him. We have each other’s phone numbers and he calls me when he feels like talking to me. It always feels like talking to a random person because there are absolutely no feelings whatsoever.”
When asked if she would ever forgive her father for not being there for her, Yvonne said, “Sometimes our society makes it hard for us to talk about things like this. But, it’s my story and I don’t have any other way to say it and I don’t want to sugar-coat it.
I don’t know, I may never. He was never a part of my life and it is quite unfortunate.
“We actually have an ‘okay’ relationship and it’s not like I won’t talk to him if I see him today, but it ends there because we do not have a relationship.
“Talking to him is like talking to someone you don’t know,” she added.