Nigerian musician Iyanya has caused a stir on social media with a cryptic tweet that suggests he will soon address the allegations made about him in his ex-girlfriend Yvonne Nelson’s memoir. The book, titled ‘I am not Yvonne Nelson,’ delves into their past relationship and accuses Iyanya of being a notorious womanizer.
Fans and followers are eagerly awaiting his response, as the musician is one of the few showbiz personalities specifically mentioned in the memoir. Speculations are rife about what Iyanya’s reaction might entail, and whether he will provide any insight into the truth behind the claims made by his former girlfriend.
When confronted with the ‘revelations’ made by Yvonne Nelson, he initially responded in a lighthearted and playful manner, usinga jocular approach. However, he has now taken to Twitter to express his preparedness to share his side of the story, regardless of the consequences.
It seems that he is no longer willing to brush off the situation with humor, indicating that there may be more to the story than meets the eye. With his newfound determination to address the issue head-on, it remains to be seen what revelations he will unveil and how they will impact the ongoing narrative.
His tweet of June 28 read: “Y’all waiting for my side of the story? If I talk now, I’ll be accused of kissing and telling, sluts shaming Etc. But something gat to give, so wait for it.”
His tweet came hours after another musician captured in Yvonne’s book, Sarkodie, released a ‘tell-it-all’ track titled ‘Try Me,’ responding copiously to an abortion Yvonne had of a child that was forming out of a relationship they shared in 2010.
Y’all waiting for my side of the story? If I talk now, I’ll be accused of kissing and telling, sluts shaming Etc.
But something gat to give, so wait for it.
— its iyanyaaaaaa💥 (@Iyanya) June 28, 2023
This is the tweet he shared: