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Ghana jollof not a dis song to Nigerians – Sister Deborah


After her brother Wanlov the Kubolor released ‘Thank God we’re not Nigerians’ Deborah Owusu Bonsu known in showbiz circles as Sister Deborah has debunk rumors on her trending music video dubbed ‘Ghana Jollof’.

When Blagogee.com, asked Miss Vannesa how she’s responding to criticism on her latest song dubbed ‘Ghana Jollof’.

She said “Ghana Jollof is not a dis song to Nigerians, you know when we were young we use to tease our brothers and sisters and Nigerians are our brothers and sisters we love to tease our brothers and sisters it a natural thing not deep”.

According to her “it a fun song and that my style I do comedy, I do music, its all about fun, its music to release stress is nothing serious but I like to do music videos because I take my art work serious”.

She continued, “the responses have actually been good and the negative ones are just very few”.

The model cum actor shared her upcoming project saying “I recorded song with Okyeame Kwame, Cabum and Medikal dubbed Tension, and Medikal and I are working on a song yet to be outdoored

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