Ghanaian musician Deborah Owusu-Bonsu known in showbiz circles as Sister Derby has refuted claims that her hit single ‘Kakalika love’ was a ‘diss song’ aimed at her ex-boyfriend Medikal.
She stated in an interview that the song was just to let her fans know that her relationship with Medikal has ended.
“When I went into the relationship, I was asked on national television, if I was dating him. I said yes. So after the breakup, this is my way of telling my fans. And I have done that with my song so that they know what happened.
It’s not a diss song. All of us, we love drama. We love entertainment and he himself (Medikal) has been saying it is a diss song. I don’t know if it is intentional because as an artist I know that we express ourselves, we tell our stories in music, there is no diss in the song”
‘Kakalika Love’ was a song Sister Derby released after she was dumped by rapper Medikal and it sparked a challenge which got almost everyone involved.
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