Video: ‘I Am Very Sorry For Calling You Born One Prostitute’ – Counsellor Lutterodt Apologises To Yvonne Nelson

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Counsellor George Lutterodt, who has gained notoriety for emotionally abusing women on TV and radio platforms, not long ago described actress Yvonne Nelson as a “born-one, shameful ashawo” who has no iota of disgrace to shut up about her adulterous life of having a daughter out of wedlock.

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The comment didn’t go down well with majority of Ghanaians, who claimed that the counsellor has crossed his boundaries with the opportunity he had on the TV platform. As a result, they called on the counselor to retract his derogatory statement used to describe the actress.

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Lo and behold, Counselor Lutterodt for the first time has swallowed the bitter pill and has apologized for chastising Yvonne Nelson. Speaking to TV Africa’s Nikki Samonas, he said;

To Yvonne Nelson, I say a very big sorry. The wording of the write-up, the conversation and video didn’t really match up, however since it has been said and has denigrated your brand, I sincerely apologize.’’

Regardless the self styled Counsellor posited that he has no personal grudge or whatsoever against the sensational actress. But then, his comments on the day were based on the issues being discussed.

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