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Pundit slams ‘sexist’ Sarkodie, rebukes him for ‘Try Me’ song

Sarkodie’s comments on Yvonne Nelson in his song didn’t surprise entertainment commentator McDonald Nana Yaw Asare, who added that the rapper has always been what he called “sexist.” He claims that the majority of Sarkodie’s lyrics are about women’s breasts and buttocks, and that his “Try Me” response to Yvonne reflects that. Expanding on his remarks, he claimed that the rapper’s customary outburst of “ill-mannered” raps had simplified the free flow of his nasty criticism of Yvonne, and that he had simply been looking for an occasion to engage in his normal behavior. “Sarkodie has a history of sexism. You’ll be able to tell by the manner he does his rap. He frequently discusses his breasts, buttocks, and other body parts. Sexism! He said during a discussion on E-Forum moderated by Abrantepa that his song about Yvonne Nelson was another chance for him to insult her. He continued by saying that Sarkodie would have benefited from ignoring Yvonne Nelson’s accusations. Even rap competitors have thrown shade at him, despite the fact that we are aware of how filthy some of his words can be, and he has never retaliated. Therefore, it would have been preferable to disregard this, he insisted. Massive responses have since greeted Sarkodie’s song “Try Me,” which addresses Yvonne’s accusations that she was impregnated and dumped by him after dangerous abortion complications. An uproar online resulted from Sarkodie’s answer to Yvonne Nelson. Sarkodie responded to Yvonne Nelson’s accusations with a song he named “Try Me.” One might recall that Yvonne Nelson in her memoir, after detailing how the rapper pregnant her and denied responsibility, also described how he drove her to a medical facility where she bled severely in his absence. The actress detailed how Sarkodie took her to the Mamprobi Polyclinic for an abortion and then neglected to inquire about the experience in the “Abortion” chapter of her book, “I Am Not Yvonne Nelson.” Sarkodie, on the other hand, explained that it was Yvonne’s decision alone to terminate the pregnancy in the song “Try Me,” giving his side of the narrative. The rapper acknowledged that they were in a relationship, but said that Yvonne was merely being the victim and misusing the fact that people listen to women more than males. The rants of Yvonne Nelson Yvonne Nelson stormed Twitter with a series of rants directed towards Sarkodie after analyzing the details of his response to her prior claims. She has gone over the lyrics and addressed the passages that really affected her.

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