Try me Lyrics: Everything Sarkodie addressed in his diss track to Yvonne Nelson

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Sarkodie and Yvonne Nelson

Ghanaian rapper Sarkodie has dropped an official reply to Yvonne Nelson in a diss track called ‘Try Me’.

Ghanaian actress Yvonne Nelson in her ‘I Am Not Yvonne’ book released a week ago, called out the rapper for impregnating her and not taking enough responsibility as he told her to abort the pregnancy.

Yvonne detailed in a chapter of her book where she said “I wasn’t the only one responsible for the situation, so I called the man whose potent seed had germinated in me. His name is Michael Owusu Addo, a renowned Ghanaian musician who is better known as Sarkodie“.

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Yvonne a and Sarkodie Nelson news

Sarkodie response to Yvonne Nelson

Since the book was released, the Ghanaian rapper has been trending after details of his affair with Yvonne Nelson became public.

Even though many speculated the rapper’s earlier social media posts were his response, he has now officially drooped one with his lyrical dexterity in full force.

In a 3:16 seconds audio track dubbed ‘Try Me’ released late Tuesday, June 27, Sarkodie gave his account of what happened with Yvonne Nelson, admitting that they were indeed in a relationship.

But the better part of the track was about clarifications and other bombshells about their past and present. Below are five of the issues he disclosed.

1 – He did not ask Yvonne Nelson to abort the baby, it was her sole decision

2 – He asked her to keep the baby but she chose her education above the baby

3 – He asked his doctor to examine her but she refused the offer

4 – She opted for an abortion doctor prescribed by her friend

5 – Yvonne recently tried to get them to talk about the episode but he turned down her terms.

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Sarkodie response to Yvonne Nelson

Sarkodie try me lyrics

“You can’t just play victim and paint a picture that she was just looking for love” from all her previous amorous relationships, part of the try me  lyrics went.

“I’m not gonna sit here and lie, we had a thing. First I thought you were cool till I had a hint,” he sang in English before stating in Twi that he though he had gotten a good girl only to realise there were others in the queue after him.

The chorus to the song is translated thus: “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.”

Listen to the track below:

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