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Sarkodie Responds to Yvonne Nelson’s Allegations with New Song “Try Me”


Renowned Ghanaian rapper Sarkodie has broken his silence regarding the recent claims made by actress Yvonne Nelson through his latest release, “Try Me.” The song serves as Sarkodie’s direct response to Nelson’s allegations, as stated in her book, “I’m Not Yvonne Nelson.” In the book, she alleged that Sarkodie impregnated her, leading to an abortion. The revelations sparked intense discussions on social media, with many expressing their disappointment in the rapper’s alleged actions. Sarkodie’s new song aims to address the controversy head-on, challenging Nelson’s claims.

In a chapter of her book, Yvonne Nelson shared her side of the story, stating, “On an ordinary day, I would have laughed out loud, and that would trigger a string of jolly conversations and jokes. But this was no laughing matter. It was a grim piece of information that was capable of turning my world upside down. I wasn’t the only one responsible for the situation, so I called the man whose potent seed had germinated in me. His name is Michael Owusu Addo, a renowned Ghanaian musician who is better known as Sarkodie.” These revelations ignited a flurry of discussions and criticisms directed at the rapper.

Through the lyrics, Sarkodie vehemently denies Nelson’s claims, portraying her as a liar. He raps, “I never thought I was going on this wave because I was ready to take a couple of things to my grave. First of all, let me clap for you, baby, you are brave, but you can’t pick and choose what to say, please behave.” Sarkodie further challenges Nelson to disclose the names of all the men she has been involved with.

Continuing with his response, Sarkodie addresses the alleged pregnancy and abortion, expressing his disbelief in Nelson’s claims. “I am not going to sit here and lie, we had a thing. First, I thought we were cool till I had a thing … You told me you were pregnant, and I was the one to be blamed … Yes, I wasn’t ready, but I told you to keep it, and you explained that you had to complete your school.”

He emphasizes that he encouraged her to seek medical care and even offered support throughout the pregnancy.

Written by Quame Zane

Ghana-based freelance Journalist fascinated with the Music Industry, Marketing Manager for Haniqo Construction, and Experienced Blogger with a demonstrated history of working in the music industry. Skilled in Music Publishing, Event Planning likewise Event Management. Strong media and communication professional with a Master of Arts (MA) focused on Management Information Systems.

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