Sister Derby 'exposes' Fella Makafui over her first song

Sister Derby 'exposes' Fella Makafui over her first song

- Sister Derby has reacted after Fella Makafui released her first single

- On Tuesday, April 14, Fella released her first single titled Over

- The song dropped by Fella came with a visual which trended on social media

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The rivalry between, Ghanaian songstress, Sister Derby, and actress Fella Makafui is not ending anytime soon.

Sister Derby has exposed Fella after the latter released her first single titled Over on Tuesday, April 14, 2020, with a visual.

Produced by Unkle Beatz, the song is a danceable tune while the video has Fella dancing happily as she showed off her musical talent.

Sister Derby exposes Fella Makafui over her first song

Sister Derby exposes Fella Makafui over her first song
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In less than 24 hours after the release of Fella's first single, the ex-girlfriend of her husband has reacted.

Sister Derby, in reacting to Fella's song, took to Twitter to subtly disgraced the actress.

The Uncle Obama hitmaker shared a video of the original Over song which was composed by Bisa Kdei.

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The song also featured Kumawood actor turned musician, Kwadwo Nkansah popularly known as Lil Win.

The said song was released in 2013 and currently has over 200, 000 views on Youtube.

See her post below:

YEN.com.gh earlier reported how Sister Derby first jabbed Fella after she announced that she would be releasing her first single titled Over.

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Sister Derby took to her social media to indirectly jab Fella.

She wrote on Instagram sarcastically asking her fans if she had inspired anyone to go into music.

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