Ghanaian celebs seem to have perfected the art of getting people to talk about them- whether for good or bad reasons- and star actress Yvonne Okoro has gotten herself in the news.
She hit the red carpet of the Africa Movie Academy Awards 2012 dressed to kill in very alluring attire and has become a subject of discussions on social media. But something else about Yvonne Okoro on that night seemed to have created a type of panic that is getting more attention than her attire.
Her nicely shaped fine pair of fresh succulent boobs that were largely exposed by her outfit has become a topic that will not just go away.
She is not known to be among the female celebs who have breast implants but the type of breasts Yvonne exposed on the red carpet was too fresh for a non-virgin and someone in her mid-twenties for that matter.
Yvonne was dressed in a dress by Jovani, shoes from Kurt Geiger and a Banana Republic Purse, which according to NEWS-ONE sources, cost her a little over a £1,000.
Indeed, she looked sweet; no wonder the paparazzi focused on her as she proudly posed for their cameras. She holds a Bachelor of Arts degree from the University of Ghana, and is the first actress in Ghana to star in a two-cast movie, ‘Why Marry’, a production that has raised eyebrows in Ghana and beyond.
She is also the first Ghanaian actress to appear in a French movie titled ‘Le Hotelier’ in France. In 2010, she co-won Best Actress at the prestigious Ghana Movie Awards. She has been nominated for Africa Movie Academy Awards Best Actress In supporting and leading roles categories.
She made her screen debut in 2002 in ‘Sticking To The Promise’, produced by Theo Akatugba. There is no doubt that she is loved for her riveting roles in movies like ‘Adams Apples’, ‘4play’, ‘The Return of Beyonce’, ‘The Game’, ‘Agony Of Christ’ and ‘Single Six’.
Also, it is no secret that Yvonne Okoro has a Nigerian and Ghanaian parentage; hence she calls herself an African. She grew up in Ghana and had her basic education at Achimota Preparatory School and then Lincoln Community School before moving to Faith Montessori School.
She was at Mfantsiman Girls Senior High School before entering the University of Ghana.
Subsequently, she was at the Universite’ De Nantes in France to study Press Civilization, Drama and Marketing. Yvonne has come a long way in contributing to Africa’s movie industry and indeed she is worth celebrating.