Criss Waddle Was Not & Will Never Be My Lover – Yvonne Okoro

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Ghanaian actress of Nigerian descent, Yvonne Okoro has stated without mincing words in an interview on “The Delay Show” with Deloris Frimpong Manso that Arab Money Gang CEO, Criss Kwaku Waddle do not qualify to warm her bed.

 

Let me take you back a bit. Earlier this year, there was a ceaseless rumors that Criss Waddle and actress Yvonne Okoro were an item. Their amorous relationship rumors came out as a result of a song Criss Waddle composed and titled it “Letter to Yvonne Okoro” somewhere in February, 2017.

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In the song, the musician tells his undying love he’s having for the actress. Although, the musician in series of interviews after the release of the controversial song confirmed he’s seeing Yvonne Okoro especially in an interview he granted with YFM’s Caroline Sampson.

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However, and what seems as a contradiction to the claims of the musician, Yvonne Okoro in an interview with Delay which was aired on GHOne TV on August 20, 2017 admitted that prior to the release of the song, they were never friends.

 

“We were never friends as at the time the song came out because he was not even on my whatsApp list. A friend of mine sent me the song to listen saying Criss confirms he’s a die-hard fan of my movies. So he just composed the song to show appreciation. I was not in a relationship with Criss Waddle and we will never enter into amorous relationship”, Yvonne Okoro said.

 

Humorously, Yvonne Okoro admitted Criss Waddle is a human being, therefore, Ghanaians shouldn’t have trolled them even if they were supposedly dating.

 

“Criss Waddle is a human being not an animal. If he’s the one to make me happy, what prevents me to go for him”? Yvonne Okoro quizzed.

 

Now, there you’ve it. So if you’ve ever believed in their relationship rumors as Criss Waddle earlier posited, Yvonne Okoro has come to your rescue.

 

Watch the interview below:

 

https://m.youtube.com/watch?v=y3k1htwolzg

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