- Sister Deborah has cried in TikTok video
- She was eating ice-cream with a voice asking her how the ice-cream makes her feel
Just then she started to cry
- Some people think though she might be playing, Deborah was actually crying over Medikal and Fella Makafui
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Musician and former girlfriend of rapper Medikal, Sister Deborah, has cried in a new video.
She shared a TikTok video in which she shed the tears.
Deborah was eating some ice-cream and a voice asked how she felt about it.
However, rather than answer the question, she went ahead to cry.
Many people have concluded that though Deborah seeks to portray with the video that she was only playing, she was actually crying over Medikal and Fella Makafui.
Mason, for instance, believes Deborah was crying because of Medikal and Fella:
grandmaster_mason: “Makafui is enjoying your tin you're here crying... you made this small boy medikal ruin your life, be happy.”
Francisca also wanted to know why Deborah was crying:
franciscaazure1: “Why are you crying.”
Adjei was simply amazed:
Meanwhile, this happens to be the first time Deborah Vanessa is crying since her saga with Medikal from the time Fella Makafui snatched him till the release of Fella’s song titled Over.
It all started after Deborah wished Medikal, Fella’s husband, a happy birthday referring to him as “sweet ex”.
That post garnered massive responses from Ghanaians including Fella Makafui herself.
Sister Deborah went on to release a song titled Sweet-ex detailing why she sent that message to Medikal.
Fella Makafui battled her by releasing her own song titled Over, probably to remind Sister Derby that her relationship with Medikal was over and she needed to move.
Medikal, the man at the center of all this waded into the controversy telling what name Sister Derby should call him and not to call him sweet ex.
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