- Ghanaian actress Fella Makafui has expressed anger at claims that she snubbed Deborah Vanessa at Medikal's concert
- Deborah had written that someone at the event gave her a stern look even though she did not mention the person's name
- Fans and social media users, after reading Sister Derby's post and Fella's response, expressed their opinion on the saga
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Ghanaian actress and socialite Fella Makafui has gotten angry over allegations that she ignored Deborah Vanessa at Medikal's'Welcome To Sowutuom' concert.
According to the actress, she did not see Deborah Vanessa at the event so she does not know why someone will accuse her of snubbing Deborah.
In a post that was sighted by YEN.com.gh, Fella Makafui expressed disappointment at reports that she gave Deborah a hostile attitude.
On Deborah's Instagram stories, she wrote "Last night I was given the most hateful look from someone. She was full of disgust and to make things worse, I greeted her and it seemed she wanted me to disappear."
In the post, the 'Uncle Obama' hitmaker went on to claim that she did not offend the fellow without naming the exact person she was talking of.
The post which was published by Views GH drew the attention of Fella Makafui who denied seeing Deborah at the event.
In the comment section, she wrote "Don't be tagging me to this kinda stupid stuff please i beg you!!! I know see this person in questions sef...Stop this thing !! Leave me alone !!! Seriously leave me alone !!"
Even though Deborah did not mention Fella Makafui's name, everyone alluded Derby's comments to her since they are supposed 'rivals'.
Sister Derby was at the 'Welcome To Sowutuom' event to perform with her ex-boyfriend Medikal who is now dating Fella Makafui.
The two ex-lovers thrilled fans to their hit single 'Too Risky' as this is the first time they have performed together since their break-up.
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