Singer, Sister Derby, is not happy with news making the rounds that a tweet she put up on Saturday, February 2, was a diss against her ex-boyfriend, Medikal.
Sister Derby had tweeted, “That your boy dierrr, falaa boss,” which has been loosely interpreted as the ‘boy is cheap’.
News websites ran the story that she was referring to Medikal but the ‘Pure Water’ singer says the tweet was taken out of context as it is a line in a song.
Using Twitter again to explain herself, Sister Derby said she has and will never insult her ex (Medikal). She added that, if nothing about what ensued between her and the AMG rapper did not cause her to insult him after the breakup, she didn’t see why she should start now.
In the tweet, Sister Derby said there are people who want to see she and her ex-fight over their breakup but that will never happen.
Below is the tweet:
Ghana Web mu y3 fokn paaa. I never insulted mdk. Is it now that I will? Idiots. You guys are so desperate for a fight you will never get. Disgusting. Do your research well. It’s a line from a song.
— Sister Deborah (@deborahvanessa7) February 3, 2019
Sister Derby and Medikal were together for some years before the relationship ended last year. She released Kakalika Love, shortly after the breakup and the song, seen as a diss against Medikal, has blown up.
The Uncle Obama singer said Kakalika Love had opened up new opportunities for her and last year, she was busy during the Christmas season giving performances at many shows.
Sister Derby, who holds a Bachelor’s degree in Publishing Studies from the Kwame Nkrumah University of Science and Technology, said this year is going to be quite busy for her since she has a lot of projects up her sleeves.