After his ex-girlfriend actress Yvonne Nelson accused him of impregnating her and refused to accept responsibility, Ghanaian musician Michael Owusu Addo, better known by his stage name Sarkodie, appears to have responded. In her recently released autobiography, “I Am Not Yvonne Nelson,” the thespian described how she terminated her first pregnancy because she was fatherless and did not want to bear a kid whose father would not take responsibility.
She said that Sarkodie “said no to keeping the pregnancy” in the chapter headed “A Difficult Decision.” Sarkodie responded by claiming he urged Yvonne Nelson to keep the pregnancy even though he wasn’t ready to be the father in his recent song, “Try Me [Raw] ,” released on Wednesday. “I wasn’t ready, but then I told you to keep it. So don’t make it seem like I was pushing you for abortion,” he raps in the song’s opening line.
He claimed that although Yvonne Nelson’s book was outstanding, sales were boosted by the negative remarks and opinions she published. Sarkodie raps, “Not because your book is very wonderful, but we live in a world where negativity sells. The rapper told the actress to take responsibility since “nobody is the cause of your bad choices in life” and to “stop the personal attacks.”