In 2016, Sarkodie and Yaa Pono released an intriguing song titled “Di Wo Fie Asem.” Translated from the Ghanaian language, the title means “Mind Your Business.” This track sheds light on individuals who fail to focus on their own affairs and instead involve themselves in the matters of others. Interestingly, this song regained attention following a dispute between Sarkodie and Ghanaian actress Yvonne Nelson.
The public became enthralled by the Yvonne Nelson and Sarkodie controversy when Yvonne Nelson published a book entitled “I AM NOT YVONNE NELSON.” Within the book, she mentioned Sarkodie’s name, accusing him of pressuring her to undergo an abortion in 2010 when they were in a relationship. Just a week after the book launch, Sarkodie retaliated by releasing the powerful song “Try Me,” filled with hard-hitting lyrics aimed at Yvonne Nelson.
“Di Wo Fie Asem” has resonated deeply with fans, swiftly becoming one of their favorites. The song’s lyrics explicitly urge individuals to mind their own business and refrain from meddling in arguments they were not invited to. Yaa Pono also contributes some impressive verses that are sure to captivate listeners. Take a moment to listen to the song below and share your thoughts with us.
We hope you enjoy the track and find its message thought-provoking. It serves as a reminder for all of us to focus on our own lives and avoid unnecessary interference in the affairs of others. Let us know what you think about “Di Wo Fie Asem” and the impact it has had on you.
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