Pappy Kojo has now unofficially claimed ownership of the song after taking Sarkodie’s “Try Me” response to Yvonne Nelson personally.
The Ghanaian rapper can be seen playing the d*ss track at the concert in a viral video. Pappy Kojo controversially posted the performance and claimed ownership of the song till Sarkodie returned to Ghana.
“When landlord comes back from America 🇺🇸 I will give him back his song,” he captioned the post that has triggered hundreds of comments.
Due to the former connection that Yvonne Nelson revealed in the contentious book, Sarkodie and Yvonne Nelson have become internet celebrities.
Sarkodie allegedly conceived her in 2010 and failed to take adequate responsibility for a condoned abortion, according to Yvonne. She claimed that after driving her to a hospital for an abortion, ‘he said no’ to retaining the child and never followed up with her.
However, Sarkodie in his ‘Try Me’ reply has denied some of the allegations by Yvonne Nelson. In the song, he said he wasn’t the one that solely called for the abortion. He revealed that Yvonne Nelson said she couldn’t have kept the pregnancy because she was in school then.
According to rumours, Pappy Kojo also reportedly dated Yvonne Nelson, hence, his commentary on the saga has been of interest to Netizens. However, it appears that Pappy Kojo has chosen trolling path to make a mockery of the situation and the two parties.
He was the first artiste to create a dance challenge for the ‘Try Me’ diss song Sarkodie recorded to reply to Yvonne Nelson. Taking it to the ‘Highest’ level, Pappy Kojo performed the song at a concert to the surprise of the fans.