“Kakalika Love” is not "diss" song - Sister Derby

BY: Bridget Aazore Yuora
Sister Derby
Sister Derby

Model and musician, Deborah Owusu-Bonsu, also known as Sister Derby, says her "Kakalika Love" track is not meant to slight anyone.

According to her, although she released the song following her breakup with the "Too Risky" hit-maker, Medikal, the words of the song only seek to explain events that led to the breakup.

“When I went into the relationship, I was asked on national television, if I was dating him. I said yes. So after the break up, this is my way of telling my fans. [And] I have done that with my song, so that they know what happened,” she said.

In an interview on Monday with Accra based Citi FM, Sister Derby expressed surprise at the way sections of the public have twisted to song to suggest that she released the song to "diss" Medikal.

“It’s not a diss song. All of us, we love drama. We love entertainment and he himself [Medikal] has been saying it it’s a diss song. I don’t know If it is intentional because as an I know that we expressed ourselves, we tell our stories in music, there is no diss in the song” she explained.

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The “Pure Water” hitmaker stressed that, the relationship was an opened one and that the public could relate to what happened.


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