Ghanian actress, Yvonne Nelson appears to have countered her own book regarding claims that she was pregnant while in the university.
Yvonne in her recently published book ‘I Am Not Yvonne Nelson’ accused Sarkodie of impregnating her in 2010, refusing to accept responsibility and expressing what appeared to be an inflexible desire for her to abort the baby.
The rapper in his rebuttal captured on the ‘Try Me’ track, which was released today, June 28 said he did not ask Yvonne Nelson to abort the baby; it was her sole decision. According to him, he asked her to keep the baby but she chose her education above the baby.
Responding to Sarkodie’s narrative about the abortion
Yvonne called the rapper a liar, stating plainly that she wasn’t in school when she got pregnant.
The actress said in her tweet that it was untrue she was in school at the time; hence, Sarkodie’s claim that she told him she wanted to focus on her education was false.
Moments ago, Yvonne Nelson tweeted:
“Michael, you claim I was desperate to abort because I needed to complete school. In 2010 when I became pregnant, I had completed the university. Anybody can verify this. I wasn’t in school and you know it. If you want to lie, find a logical lie.”
Following her tweet, netizens have kicked, wondering why her book states otherwise. It appears the actress contradicted herself according to what she wrote on page 85 of her book.
In Chapter 7 of Yvonne Nelson’s book which talks about her ban by movie producers, the actress mentioned on page 85 that when she was banned, she was in her final year at the university. She mentioned that the ban, coupled with the pregnancy made the circumstance tough. The first three sentences on page 85 read:
“I must admit it was a tough year. I was in my final year at the university. I was banned from acting. I was pregnant and definitely was not prepared to host another human being.”
See screenshot and reactions below: