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Kwame A Plus Supports Sarkodie Amidst Yvonne Nelson’s Revelations

kwame a plus supports sarkodie amidst yvonne nelson's revelations

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Ghanaian Politician A Plus Defends Sarkodie in Yvonne Nelson’s Pregnancy Revelation

Ghanaian politician and musician Kwame A Plus recently expressed his support for Sarkodie, a popular musician, amidst the recent revelations made by actress Yvonne Nelson in her memoir. Nelson disclosed that she had terminated a pregnancy for Sarkodie back in 2010, which caused a stir across social media and the entertainment industry.

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A Plus voiced his opinion on the matter, stating that Sarkodie made the right choice by accompanying Yvonne Nelson to a healthcare facility for the abortion. A Plus’s reasoning behind this support stems from Yvonne’s alleged resemblance to her mother.

According to A Plus, Yvonne Nelson’s mother had also attempted to terminate her pregnancy in the past and concealed the identity of her real father. A Plus believes that Yvonne has inherited certain traits from her mother due to this history. He pointed out Yvonne’s public admiration of her mother and the revelation that her biological father was someone else after a DNA test, which raised doubts due to issues with the testing process.

A Plus questioned the logic behind expecting Sarkodie, a young and promising artist at the time, to accept a pregnancy from someone who displayed characteristics similar to Yvonne’s mother. He praised Sarkodie’s decision, stating that it was the best course of action. A Plus argued that if Sarkodie had accepted the pregnancy, it could have led to a situation where the narrative could be altered in the future, with claims that Sarkodie was not the child’s biological father but someone else like Inyanya or one of Yvonne’s numerous boyfriends.

At the same time, A Plus held Yvonne Nelson’s mother accountable for her daughter’s inability to confront the truth. He accused her of casting an innocent man in a negative light despite knowing who the real father was. A Plus concluded his remarks by criticizing this behavior as an example of what he perceives as the wickedness of women.

In summary, Kwame A Plus has shown support for Sarkodie’s decision and questioned the expectation that he should have accepted Yvonne Nelson’s pregnancy, given the alleged resemblance to her mother. A Plus also criticized Yvonne’s mother for her role in the situation and expressed disapproval toward women in general.



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