Sarkodie Addresses Yvonne Nelson’s Claims in a New Song

Sarkodie's Musical Retort: A Response to Yvonne Nelson's Allegations

In a recent development that has stirred the African entertainment industry, Ghanaian rapper Sarkodie has released a song titled “Try Me” as a response to allegations made by actress Yvonne Nelson. The actress, in her book “I Am Not Yvonne”, had accused Sarkodie, whose real name is Michael Owusu Addo, of impregnating her and not taking enough responsibility, leading her to terminate the pregnancy.

In his song, Sarkodie refutes Nelson’s claims, stating that he was not the one who suggested the termination of the pregnancy. He reveals that despite not being financially ready at the time, he had suggested that Nelson keep the baby. However, Nelson, who was in school at the time, decided against it. Sarkodie also mentions that he had offered to have his doctor take care of Nelson, but she declined the offer, opting instead for a doctor recommended by a friend.

The rapper further challenges Nelson’s portrayal of herself, suggesting that she is not as innocent as she portrays herself to be. He raps, “Nobody sent you, so ohemaa, if you want to talk, you have to tell the world every ngga that you fcked.”

This controversy has sparked a heated debate among fans and followers of both celebrities. While some have criticized Sarkodie for his harsh words, others have defended him, stating that he has a right to tell his side of the story. The incident has also raised questions about the responsibilities and expectations placed on celebrities, especially in the context of personal relationships and parenthood.

In the midst of this controversy, it is important to remember that both Sarkodie and Nelson are influential figures in the African entertainment industry. Their actions and words have a significant impact on their fans and the public. As such, it is crucial for them to handle such sensitive issues with care and respect.

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