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Why I Dropped ‘Try Me’ – Sarkodie Finally Explains

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Award-winning Ghanaian rap heavyweight Sarkodie has finally revealed the inspiration for his most well-known diss track, “TRY ME,” which was written in response to Yvonne Nelson’s abortion claims from a decade ago.

The song highlighted emphasizing on her accusations that he abandoned her at the hospital after advising her to get an abortion in 2010.
In the United States, Sarkodie said that he purposely refused to do radio and television interviews on this delicate issue during an interview on Angel Ayee’s Way Up With Yee program.
According to Sark, he thought others may misconstrued or sensationalize his statements in order to suit a particular story.
Sarkodie admitted throughout the discussion that he wasn’t pleased with his acts, but he felt compelled to give his account on the events.
Due to this clear fact, he felt the need to explain his viewpoint but also avoiding being tagged as an impolite person.
The award-winning Ghanaian rapper, who is usually quiet and restrained, claimed that some industry players purposefully targeted him because they know for a fact that he doesn’t pay much attention to criticism.
Sarkodie emphasized that he occasionally feels the need to address specific concerns that might damage his well-deserved reputation.
He does this in an effort to protect his integrity and dignity while clearing the air concerning issues that are very important to his personality.
Sarkodie’s decision to use his music to tell his side of the story shows his dedication to truth-telling and decency.
He is consistent in safeguarding his reputation and handling controversial issues that might have a dire effect on his career and character irrespective of the difficulties of doing so in the public glare.

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