Yvonne Nelson Causes Huge Stir With Controversial Post On Father’s Day

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Father’s Day began when a young woman wanted to honor her dad. In May of 1909, Sonora Smart Dodd of Spokane, Wash., sat in church listening to a Mother’s Day sermon. She decided she wanted to designate a day for her dad, William Jackson Smart.

To commemorate the day on June 21, several Ghanaian celebs took to social media to share photos of their fathers along with cool messages which underline their love and affection for them. Actress Yvonne Nelson rather shared a photo of her mother and wished her a Father’s Day.

Yvonne Nelson took to her IG page and posted,“ Happy FATHER’s Day to the woman who did it all for me! My beautiful MAMA❤️

Her message raised some eyebrows but the deeper message she sent across ultimately makes sense.

See below;

 

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Happy FATHER’s Day to the woman who did it all for me! My beautiful MAMA❤️



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