My “Kakalika” song was not to d*ss Medikal but to address fans on my relationship status – Sister Derby

Deborah Vanessa doesn’t sound excited that her ex-boyfriend, Medikal and other fans have taken her “Kakalika Love” song as a d*ss track and she wants them to rethink about the song.

Medikal and Sister Derby

During an interview at Citi FM, Sister Derby has expressed her surprise at how some Ghanaians assumed that her song was released to “diss” Medikal.

It’s not a diss song. All of us, we love drama. We love entertainment and he himself [Medikal] has been saying it’s a diss song. I don’t know If it is intentional because as I know that we expressed ourselves, we tell our stories in music, there is no diss in the song” reported the “Uncle Obama” singer to have said.

According to Sister Derby the song was actually recorded to address fans about her broken relationship and she made that clear by saying that “When I went into the relationship, I was asked on national television, if I was dating him. I said yes. So after the breakup, this is my way of telling my fans. [And] I have done that with my song so that they know what happened,”.


Well, there you have it, Kakalika is not a diss song but can you tell us how a song that tags people as cockroaches be called? Because that’s exactly what the song did, by describing Fella Makafui and Medikal as ‘kakalikas’

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