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‘I Went to London to Support my Friend – Sister Derby Discloses

When asked about her performance in an interview with Kwadwo Sheldon, she explained that Medikal invited her professionally to perform their “Too Risky” hit track together.

Deborah Vanessa, known as Sister Derby in the creative space, has clarified that her recent performance with ex-boyfriend Medikal, at his London concert was simply a show of support to a friend.

Despite criticism from fans and entertainment pundits who found the performance as a deliberate shade to Fella Makafui, Derby insisted that she went to the show to support the rapper.

“It wasn’t to cause anything, it was basically to support my friend, slash my sweet ex,” she said.

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When asked about her performance in an interview with Kwadwo Sheldon, she explained that Medikal invited her professionally to perform their “Too Risky” hit track together.

Addressing speculation about their relationship, Derby laughed off the idea of reconciliation, asserting that the chapter was closed.

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However, she quickly added that they are still friends and will forever be sweet exes. She went on to say that she has no involvement in their marital problems and that the source of their disagreement can only be resolved by the couples themselves.

Sister Derby and Medikal were an item till 2016. Medikal later got engaged to Fella Makafui, with whom he has one child. However, earlier this year, the rapper took to social media to reveal the annulment of his marriage with actress Fella Makafui, which was subsequently confirmed by the Fella herself.

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