In a thrilling twist of events, award-winning Ghanaian rapper Sarkodie replies Yvonne Nelson’s book in a Song. He has responded to actress Yvonne Nelson’s recently published memoir, “I am not Yvonne Nelson,” with a powerful musical comeback. Titled “Try Me,” the song serves as Sarkodie’s artistic reply, using his lyrical prowess to address the revelations made in Nelson’s book.
The entertainment industry is buzzing with anticipation as fans eagerly dissect the lyrics and delve into the drama surrounding the two prominent figures.
“Try Me” showcases Sarkodie’s signature flow and poignant storytelling. The song really seems like a harsh response to the allegations made by Yvonne Nelson in her book. In the song he called her out as a “d*ck sucker” among many other names.
In Chapter Eight: Abortion of Yvonne Nelson’s book, the story accuses Sarkodie of driving Yvonne Nelson to abort a pregnancy she had with him. Sarkodie’s new song “Try Me” addresses this issue and gives further clarification.
Sarkodie’s decision to respond through music has ignited a wave of curiosity among fans and critics alike. The lyrics provide a fascinating glimpse into his perspective on the events described in Nelson’s memoir. With his razor-sharp wordplay and undeniable charisma, Sarkodie skillfully unravels his side of the story, addressing the claims made against him with an unyielding determination.
Stay tuned for more updates as this enthralling chapter continues to unfold in the ever-evolving landscape of Ghana’s entertainment industry.