Yvonne Nelson alleges that Sarkodie drove her to the abortion clinic and abandoned her, leaving her to face the consequences alone
In a shocking turn of events surrounding Yvonne Nelson’s relationship with Ghanaian rapper Sarkodie, a distressing incident unfolded when Sarkodie abandoned Yvonne at a clinic during their attempt to terminate a pregnancy.
Yvonne revealed the details in a chapter titled “Abortion” in her book, ‘I am not Yvonne Nelson.’ She disclosed how Sarkodie accompanied her to a health facility called Mamprobi polyclinic for the procedure but left her alone, unaware of her condition.
Yvonne explained that keeping the pregnancy was not an option for her, and attempting another self-medication was also out of the question. Together with Sarkodie, they decided to go to a hospital or health facility. A friend of hers recommended the facility in Mamprobi, and on the appointed day, Sarkodie drove her there along with his manager. Unfortunately, once they arrived, Sarkodie and his manager left Yvonne alone at the clinic.
Yvonne recounted the immense pain and profuse bleeding she experienced during the two attempts to terminate Sarkodie’s child. In the book, she described how she resorted to self-medication at her friend’s place, consuming one pill and inserting another into her vagina. The following days were excruciatingly painful, with severe bleeding that left her weak. It was only after she gave birth that she could comprehend the magnitude of the pain she endured.
Furthermore, Yvonne shared that during the hospital visit, she received an injection to numb the pain, but she could still feel the discomfort. She likened the sensation to being screwed from the inside and even feared that her womb was being removed. Despite her hopes for a successful outcome, subsequent pregnancy tests confirmed that the procedure had failed, and she was still pregnant.
Yvonne’s narration portrays the indescribable pain and the horrifying experiences she underwent while attempting to terminate her pregnancy. It is evident that she went through immense physical and emotional distress, exacerbated by the absence and lack of support from Sarkodie during these critical moments.