Ghanaian actress Yvonne Nelson, who is also the author of the memoir “I AM NOT YVONNE NELSON,” has responded strongly to Sarkodie’s track “Try Me” with a resolute rebuttal.
Taking to Twitter, Yvonne Nelson offered advice to the rapper, urging him to respect womanhood and highlighting the valuable lessons that young women can learn from their public exchange.
Sarkodie’s track, “Try Me,” was an apparent response to Yvonne Nelson, where he referred to her as a “Street Girl”. The opening lines of his song went, “I never thought I was going on this wave, cause I was ready to take a couple of things to my grave. First of all, let me clap for you, baby, you are brave, but you can’t pick and choose what to say, please behave. Nobody sent you, so Ohemaa if you want to talk, you have to tell the world every ngga that you fcked.”
Yvonne Nelson, however, dismissed Sarkodie’s attempts to discredit her with insults, firmly asserting that his rap cannot change the truth. In a tweet, she expressed, “Insults won’t work, Michael. Respect womanhood. I’m happy the world gets to see how you are handling this and the real you. Young women can learn from this. You may receive applause for your rap, but it still doesn’t change the TRUTH.”