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Apple Music and Spotify delete Sarkodie’s diss track “Try Me” from all platforms

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11 months ago
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BET Award-winning artist, Sarkodie’s recent diss track against Ghanaian actress, Yvonne Nelson has been removed from two of the biggest music platforms in Ghana.

Yvonne Nelson recently released her memoir which details how Sarkodie abandoned her after getting her pregnant. Yvonne Nelson’s book titled “#IAmNotYvonneNelson” sparked online conversations due to its shocking revelations and references to various individuals.

Simply put, the discussion surrounding Yvonne Nelson’s book continues to unfold considering the ad-hoc damage control from the camp of rapper Sarkodie with the “Try Me” song.

Y’all know that Yvonne Nelson in her infamous memoir cited how the Tema-based rapper impregnated her in 2013 which resulted in a pregnancy.

In Chapter 8 of the memoir, she recounts her decision to terminate the pregnancy because the rapper did not accept responsibility, explaining that later she found out the rapper had another girlfriend who was studying at a university abroad hence his rejection.

However, opinions have been divided following Sarkodie’s defense as the majority of Ghanaians on social media have chastised Yvonne Nelson for being at fault in her past dealing with Sarkodie which resulted in abortion.

Well, in reaction Sarkodie dropped a diss song titled; “Try Me” to explain his side of the story. But his song received a lot of backlash after it was released.

It has since been removed from Apple music and Spotify.

source: Theannouncergh.com