- Medikal has performed his song with his ex-girlfriend Sister Deborah at Shatta Wale’s concert
- The performance stunned many people as they did not expect him to sing that song since they are no longer together
- Medikal and Sister Derby had dated for close to two years before they broke up
- His current girlfriend Fella Makafui snatched him and took over
Ghanaian rapper Medikal has stunned many with his performance at the Wonder Boy Concert by Shatta Wale.
To the surprise of many, Medikal started to sing his song with his ex-girlfriend Deborah Vanessa, Too Risky.
As soon he song started, there was screaming by patrons in the hall, showing how surprised they were.
The rapper started off by singing some of his old songs which he released before even becoming popular, including Den Neko.
When that song ended, Medikal raised the Too Risky song, which drew a long shout from the audience.
Later, he invited Fella Makafui to the stage to perform their Ayekoo song together.
Please fast-forward to the 3:20th minute to watch Medikal perform Too Risky.
His action portrays him as a mature man who also respects the memories he shared with Sister Derby.
The two had enjoyed their love affair for close to two years before Fella Makafui came into the picture.
Until then, Deborah Vanessa had nursed the desire that Medikal would marry her.
She really loved Medikal and described him as a person more mature than she is though he is younger.
In an earlier publication by YEN.com.gh, it was reported the number of years difference between the former love birds.
Medikal’s mother waded into the controversy, saying that Deborah and her son were no longer together.
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