Sarkodie breaks silence following Yvonne Nelson’s pregnancy claim

Ghanaian rap star, Michael Owusu Addo, popularly known as Sarkodie, has thrown heavy shade at actress, Yvonne Nelson over her recent explosive revelation.

CorrectNG reported earlier that she claimed the Hip Hop artiste impregnated her in 2010 but refused to take responsibility.

She claimed that they were in a relationship which did not last long and after he denied the baby, she had to get an abortion.

The actress opened up about the experience in her newly released memoir, and revealed how she informed Sarkodie that she was carrying his child.

Sarkodie who had remained mute when the story made headlines, finally took to his Instagram story to react.

He shared a video of him apparently unbothered about the scandal and showed off his sneakers while dissing Yvonne with J. Cole’s song ‘No Role Modelz’

The Ghanaian rapper played a part of the track on repeat which goes: “Don’t save her, she don’t wanna be saved. Don’t save her, she don’t wanna be saved”.

See the post below:

Meanwhile, in Yvonne’s book she revealed that Sarkodie was still living with his mother at the time and not ready to father a child.

She wrote; “I had gone for a pregnancy test to confirm what becomes the most obvious conclusion for a exually active young woman who misses her monthly flow. I was in the company of Karen. And when the test result was ready, I wasn’t strong enough to open it. She did and declared the verdict. “Charlie, it dey there!” she exclaimed.

On an ordinary day, I would have laughed out loud and that would trigger a string of jolly conversations and jokes. But this was no laughing matter. It was a grim piece of information that was capable of turning my world upside down. I wasn’t the only one responsible for the situation, so I called the man whose potent seed had germinated in me. His name is Michael Owusu Addo, a renowned Ghanaian musician who is better known as Sarkodie.

Sarkodie a budding musician with the potential to become one of the biggest artists in Ghana and beyond. At the time, however, the future looked uncertain, and his way through the maze of life still appeared too foggy to predict. Success was not guaranteed. He was still living with his mother and was not ready to carry a burden while he was being carried by his mother.”