Metro TV’s “Good Evening Ghana” show host, Paul Adom Otchere has added his voice to the Yvonne Nelson and Sarkodie controversies that has trended in the country for weeks.
According to the TV Personality, the rapper’s (Sarkdoie) response to the actress’ (Yvonne Nelson) claims of getting her pregnant and refusing to take responsibility which led to having an abortion was inappropriate. He emphasized that the best thing was for Sarkodie to first apologize to the public and Yvonne, and then make his point.
In response to Yvonne Nelson’s memoir where she accused Sarkodie of impregnating her and refusing to take responsibility which led to having an abortion. Sarkodie later released a song titled ‘Try Me’ to address the issue but was more of a diss track to the actress
”I think the first he should have done was to apologize first. He should have apologized to the general public and say, I’m sorry I was too young because you don’t want young boys to think that it is okay to have unprotected sex and impregnate a woman and you both agree to abort. You can’t really do that because this shocked everybody,” he said.
He continued; “In terms of PR, his apology should have come first.”
The feud between the two old flames engendered after the renowned actress in her new memoir “I Am Not Yvonne Nelson” disclosed that she had an affair with the rapper in 2010 which resulted in a pregnancy.
In Chapter 8 of the book launched on Sunday, June 18, 2023, at the Peduase Lodge, Yvonne recounted her decision to abort the pregnancy because Sarkodie refused to take responsibility.
However, Sarkodie shared his side of the story in the life of actress Yvonne Nelson. In his recent single track ‘Try Me’, a direct reply to Yvonne, released on Wednesday, June 28, he addressed the abortion allegation.