May 30, 2024

The anger and pains of Ghanaian actress Yvonne Nelson on the rise following the release of “try me” track by  Ghanaian rapper, Michael Owusu Addo known as Sarkodie to tell his side of the story after he was mentioned in a past relationship with actress Yvonne Nelson in the latter’s memoir titled ‘I am not Yvonne Nelson.’

She said, Sarkodie wants to use rap to rubbish a pain a young woman felt but his insults won’t work but the most important thing is to respect womanhood.

Adding that, both of them have daughters so all of them will live to see what life will treat them.

“In my book, i narrated how you got me pregnant, How you couldn’t wait for me to get rid of it. How you DROVE me to have an abortion. As usual, you want to use rap to rubbish a pain a young woman felt. We both have daughters, lets see what life throws at them” Yvonne Nelson tweeted.

A little over a week on, the rapper has posted a track titled ‘Try Me’ on his official YouTube page telling his side of the story.

“The track has a mixture of English and Twi rebuffing Yvonne’s narrative about the pregnancy and what ensued after she disclosed it to him. If you don’t love me, leave me. Why are you pestering me?

“What is meant for me you have gone to give to Kwame. I have become teary. If you don’t love me, leave me let me be. Someone else is longing to be with me, when you were leaving me you failed to notify me. Baby girl don’t try me,” the chorus goes.

But Yvonne described the words of the rapper as a lie.

“And would you have readily agreed for me to keep a pregnancy when you were in a serious relationship with another lady who would become your wife? Your street line is played out”.

“Michael , you claim I was desperate to abort because I needed to complete school. In 2010 when I became pregnant, I had completed the university. Anybody can verify this. I wasn’t in school and you know it. If you want to lie, find an logical lie” She said.