May 30, 2024

Ghanaian singer, Mohammed Ismail Sharrif, professionally known as Black Sherif, has descended on Ghanaians who described Sarkodie’s “try me” track to reply to Yvonne Nelson’s allegations about their past relationship as unnecessary.

He said those who are criticizing the rapper are hypocrites.

According to the VGMA Artiste of the year, Sarkodie can ignore controversies and speak up when he chooses to so there is no need for such criticism.

Black Sheriff believes the “try me” track was released by the Ghanaian rapper to share his side of the story and there is nothing wrong with that.

Rapper Sarkodie trended for the better part of last week when he was mentioned in a past relationship with actress Yvonne Nelson in the latter’s memoir titled ‘I am not Yvonne Nelson.’

Yvonne detailed her version of how Sarkodie impregnated her but asked her to abort the child because at the time he was young and not ready to become a father.

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.

“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.

Many Ghanaians have condemned Sarkodie for his response describing it as unnecessary.

But Black Sheriff said those people who are criticizing the rapper are hypocrites.

“Sarkodie can ignore controversies and speak up when he chooses to. He just released a song sharing his side of the story, but some people are saying it’s unnecessary. Such hypocrisy”. Black Sheriff tweeted.