Once again, tongues are wagging and eyebrows are raising over another sensual photograph of Yvonne Okoro that hit the web over the weekend.
Followers of many entertainment websites have commented heavily on the photograph where the award-winning actress is clad in see through red lingerie with black underwear.
Whiles some criticized the actress for what they called shameful, others were in support of the actress in such an outfit. Some others even claimed that the photograph is fake and the actress had been photo-shopped.
Razz Newspaper compiled some of the comments (unedited) from patrons on some of the entertainment websites across the country on this new sexy red lingerie photo.
“Dressing trashy isn’t sexy. Being classy is intriguing, mysterious, alluring & more sexy than showing every inch of yourself off. You present yourself as a type of woman men only take to bed, not the woman men take home to meet his mother. I can wear a jeans and T-shirt & still look sexy, not trashy. Yvonne is no role model,” (Obiri Yeboah, London).
“Doesn’t she have any respect for herself? Doesn’t she know that her parents might see this on the internet? She has no shame! All for publicity.” (Resplendent, Accra).
“She is my future wife to be, I love her with all my heart. I will speak to her privately, for the time being Guys watch your last for you may not get this free show for the second time. Me do no paa.” (Bebetiiii, UK).
“I see nothing wrong with this kind of dressing. Forget about that culture we always talk about. These things happen everywhere in the world so leave the young lady alone.” (Buxton, Kumasi).
“When the wrinkles start coming and botox is not working, she will be forced to cover up or stay out of the limelight. For now, allow her to enjoy the publicity. (Adjoa, Atlanta, US).
“Photoshop in the making…the pix ain’t real. Look @ the colour shades and the body orientation…lol” (Yaw, Accra).
“Guys look at the picture closely, it is not the real thing, it is Photoshop. Somebody is up to no good.” (Sy, UK).
Yvonne became the center of public backlash when she wore a cleavage-revealing dress to the 2012 African Academy Awards. In her response, the actress said she was unperturbed about the castigation’s and would wear such a dress again when she gets the opportunity.