Sarkodie Replies Yvonne Nelson: Ghanaian Rapper Allegedly Addresses Actress' Book In Try Me Song

Sarkodie Replies Yvonne Nelson: Ghanaian Rapper Allegedly Addresses Actress' Book In Try Me Song

  • Rapper Sarkodie has allegedly responded to claims levelled against him by Yvonne Nelson in her book I Am Not Yvonne Nelson
  • In the book, the actress claimed Sarkodie impregnated her in 2010, and she had to get rid of the pregnancy because she was not ready
  • In what many have described as a brutal and dramatic response, Sarkodie allegedly responded to Yvonne in his latest song, Try Me, which is causing chaos on social media

Rapper Sarkodie has allegedly addressed the allegations made against him by actress Yvonne Nelson in her recent book titled I Am Not Yvonne Nelson.

Sarkodie Yvonne Nelson
Ghanaian rapper Sarkodie addresses Yvonne Nelson Photo Source: Sarkodie
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In her book, Nelson claimed that Sarkodie impregnated her back in 2010, and she had to terminate the pregnancy because she was not ready to become a mother at that time.

Furthermore, she accused Sarkodie of neglecting her and failing to check up on her after the procedure.

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Seemingly responding to these accusations, Sarkodie has released a new song titled Try Me, which has sparked both chaos and excitement on social media platforms. The song, uploaded on Sarkodie's official YouTube page, made its debut in the early hours of Wednesday, June 28.

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Sarkodie's alleged response to Yvonne Nelson's claims has been described by many as brutal and dramatic. Fans and followers were taken aback by his decision to address the allegations in such a public manner. The release of Try Me has intensified the ongoing discussion surrounding the alleged incident between the rapper and the actress.

Social media platforms have been buzzing with reactions to Sarkodie's response, with fans and critics alike sharing their opinions on the matter. The song's lyrics and Sarkodie's delivery have sparked debates and discussions, further fueling the already heightened interest in the controversy.

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Sarkodie's Try Me sparks massive reactions

Some peeps were glad Sarkodie addressed the issue, while others were unhappy with his approach.

GbaneMaten74550 said:

Salah meat dey serve already king sark

Mawunya_ commented:

Until the lion tells the tale of the story, the story will always glory the hunter. Now Sarkodie is clear

Madida_DmL wrote:

Herrr. Sark I hail oo bahd bahd... "Don't come n claim good girl, you're for the streets"

Old video of Tonto Dikeh denying relationship with Iyanya surfaces

Yvonne Nelson opened a can of worms, and social media exploded with mixed reactions.

The Ghanaian actress released her tell-all book, and one of its chapters touched on her relationship with Nigerian singer, Iyanya, and how she discovered that he cheated on her with actress, Tonto Dikeh.

A throwback video of Tonto denying rumours of any relationship with Iyanya and explaining how she worked with him surfaced.


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