Apologise to Yvonne – Paul Adom Otchere to Sarkodie

Seasoned Broadcaster and Host of Metro TV’s Good Evening Ghana, Mr. Paul Adom Otchere is the latest person to add his voice to the growing number of people who considered Rapper Michael Owusu Addo popularly known as Sarkodie’s response to Yvonne Nelson in bad taste. 

Sarkodie released a diss song “try me” targeting the award-winning actress Yvonne Nelson, for daring to mention his name in her memoir “I am Not Yvonne Nelson” 

The book “I am not Yvonne Nelson” paints a grim picture of the actress’s experiences as a young woman navigating life faced with difficult choices. One was the decision to abort a pregnancy she carried for rapper Sarkodie. 

In a response, Sarkodie described Yvonne as a ‘promiscuous woman made for the street’. 

Parts of the lyrics reads:

 “you gotta tell the world every god damn nigga you f*ck*d

you can’t just play the victim and paint a picture like you were just looking for love from all the d*cks that you sucked”

This response that has been widely condemned by the public. 

Mr. Paul Adom Otchere said the best thing was for Sarkodie to apologize to the public and Yvonne

“For all what it’s worth, I think that Sarkodie owes Yvonne and the book readers a certain apology, it is true that Yvonne has brought out something she shouldn’t have, she is trying to play victim and take advantage of the story but it is a true story, so he should have apologised to the general public and say, I’m sorry I was too young because you don’t want young boys to think that it is okay to have unprotected sex and impregnate a woman and you both agree to abort.”

He also said the claim that Sarkodie did not have a personal doctor at the time of Yvonne’s abortion cannot be true because he was doing fairly well as a musician

“We cannot call Sarkodie poor in 2010, he wasn’t as big as he is today like the BET level but he was not bad”

As someone who invests so much in his public image, Mr. Adom Otchere thinks this is a PR fiasco for Sarkodie

“In terms of PR, his apology should have come first” 

Dj Citrus

I'm a radio Dj,blogger,teacher and entertainment critic who loves music and like promoting creative art to the world.

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