‘Ghana Jollof’ is not a dis song against Nigerians – Deborah Vanessa

Sister Deborah
Musician, model and TV personality Deborah Vanessa says her latest song Ghana Jollof is not a dis song against Nigerians.
This comes after her brother Wanlov the Kubolor released ‘Thank God We’re Not A Nigerians’.
Deborah Owusu Bonsu known in showbiz as Sister Deborah has debunk rumours on her trending music video dubbed ‘Ghana Jollof’.
Sister Deborah as she is popularly called in an exclusive interview with TV3’s Adwoa Amofa stated that the song in question shouldn’t be taken as a dis.
“It’s not a dis song but just a song for fun and a song to release stress which I see it as more of a tease and to release stress.
“This is just about food so if you take offence in teasing about food, then you have a serious problem.
“There are more important issues to take up seriously like child marriage and things like that so when people are teasing you about food, you can’t take it serious”.
According to her, Ghanaians and Nigerians are just like brothers and sisters who tease each other just like kids growing up at home.
By Nana Afrane Asante||Ghana
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