Sista Afia says 'WMT' is not a diss song

Sista Afia says 'WMT' is not a diss song

Ghanaian songstress, Francisca Gawugah Duncan Williams, popularly known as Sista Afia has finally opened up about her new song titled 'WMT'.

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Since she released the song, several people have been alleging that the song is a diss song directed at Sister Derby.

Some even said 'WMT' is a vulgar coded insult in the Twi language which Sista Afia used to diss Sister Derby in the song.

But in a sharp response, Sista Afia said the 'WMT' only means 'Women Must Talk'.

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In a video sighted by, Sista Afia stated that she does not take delight in poking her nose in other people’s beef.

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“People say Sista Afia always poking her nose in people’s beef, how? Let me tell you guys I am not scared. WMT is not wo maame tw* … for controversial reasons I said "wo maame" at the end of the song but the actual thing I mean is Women Must Talk," Sista Afia said in the video.

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From the video, the Sista Afia was not happy about the fact that people were trying to involve her in the famous Fella Makafui and Sister Derby beef.

Watch the video below;

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In a new song she released, Sista Afia sang that Deborah could not get over Medikal who happens to be her ex even after he got married.

She jabbed Sister Derby asking her to “go for her size” if she wants to get married and forget about her sweet ex.

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