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Sarkodie should be stripped off all ambassadorial deals; he has no respect for women - Blakk Rasta insists


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Musician cum broadcaster, Blakk Rasta has blasted rap artiste, Sarkodie, for replying to actress Yvonne Nelson after the latter exposed him in her memoir titled "I Am Not Yvonne Nelson".

Yvonne Nelson's memoir captured an incident that occurred between her and Sarkodie in 2010 revealing how she committed an abortion after Sarkodie impregnated her.

Following this news getting to the public, Sarkodie has also responded with a song titled "Try Me [RAW]" which was released days ago and, in his attempt to set the record straight, disclosed the promiscuous behaviour of Yvonne Nelson and why she opted for abortion explaining it was the sole decision of the actress to abort the pregnancy.

Tackling the matter on UTV's entertainment programme "United Showbiz" with MzGee on Saturday, Blakk Rasta slammed Sarkodie for taking off his "gentleman suit" and going "raw" on Yvonne Nelson.

He condemned Sarkodie for using a language that, to him, is vulgar in his description of Yvonne Nelson's character.

Describing Yvonne Nelson's book as a masterpiece, Blakk Rasta fired shots at Sarkodie saying "Sarkodie did not see or he refused to see that this is a woman who was born without a father. Up till now, she is looking for a father. Her book says I Am Not Yvonne Nelson. The problem is not the Yvonne; it's the Nelson there. This is a woman who has gone through hell...So, when this happens, I expect the corporate Sarkodie who wants everybody to see him as the industry darling boy, he is so corporate, he is a gentleman; you come up with this vulgarity".

He also described the rapper as "immature" and wondered "Who advises Sarkodie?"

For Blakk Rasta, Sarkodie should be stripped of all his ambassadorial deals and his music banned as well.

"Sarkodie's response is nothing and if I had my own way, I would strip him of all his ambassadorial deals. I will ban his music for a certain period", he said.

source: Theannouncergh.com