It seems in recent times, taking people to court for defamation has been the way most Celebrities are using to shut the mouths of their fellow Celebrities who spread false news about them which eventually destroy their hard earn reputation.
Mona Gucci in her own definition of Slay queens claim slay queens are Ladies of loose morals, who engage in prostitution for substance. Eventually, the presenter Mona Gucci boldly mentioned the popular Ghanaian actress Yvonne Nelson's name as one of the slay queens.
Yvonne Nelson who was not pleased with Mona Gucci's statement told her to take back her words but the presenter refuse to do so but rather went after her.
The actress Yvonne Nelson then took the popular and controversial presenter Mona Gucci to court for defamation. Sadly for the presenter, the actress Yvonne Nelson has won the 500k defamation case.
Surprisingly, the social media influencer Joyce Boakye who has been beefing the presenter Mona Gucci for some time now is extremely very happy about the fact that the actress Yvonne Nelson has won the defamation case against Mona Gucci.
See her reaction below;
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