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Sarkodie’s Try Me Diss Song To Yvonne Nelson Is ‘Wack’ – Ohemaa Woyeje



Iconic female radio personality, disc jockey and businesswoman Ohemaa Woyeje has lashed out award-winning Ghanaian rapper,  Sarkodie for responding to the recent allegations made by actress Yvonne Nelson in a diss song.

Sarkodie, after the launch of the highly debatable  ‘I am Not Yvonne Nelson’ memoir scripted by the Ghanaian actress, released  a diss track titled ‘Try Me’ targeted to the actress who happens to be his ex-girlfriend.

In the recently released book, the writer Yvonne Nelson revealed that she had an abortion after the Sarkodie got her pregnant in 2010 and claimed he was not ready to be a father at that time, reason why he suggested that the pregnancy be terminated.

Yvonne also wrote that after the incident,  Sarkodie left her alone in her agony and never bothered to ask how she was faring.

But commenting on the whole fracas on Kingdom FM in a recent interview, Ohemaa Woyeje chided the super talented rapper saying there is a problem with his choice of words.

According to Ohemaa Woyeje, Sarkodie obviously had to reply but her only problem with the diss song was the content of the song.

She reiterated that Sark had the opportunity to either stay silent or reply in a more remorseful way than trying to pinch her.

She stated that the rapper pinched her in a manner that has affected all women and that is one major reason why people are not happy with his response.

She went on to state that each and every individual has a past, so Yvonne could also decide not to drag Sarkodie into the issue but even at that, the content of the recently unveiled book was to be the truth and not a fictional thing.

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In light of this factuality, Ohemaa Woyeje believes it is right that Yvonne said the truth unless all what she said were lies.

However, if it is true that Sarkodie really got Yvonne Nelson pregnant then the best thing he had to do was to tell her he never intended to hurt her.