Deborah Vanessa Owusu-Bonsu, popularly known as Sister Derby, has disclosed that it’s more typical in everyday life when competitors develop friction among themselves, for which sometimes as entertainers they use their craft to throw shades at each other.
However, the “Sweet Ex” crooner reiterated that, people who take ‘beef’ personal are immature.
According to her, “beefs’ happen all the time and as a musician you must learn to submit to that part of the music industry since it keeps the music space vibrant.
Speaking on Joy Prime with Jay Foley, Sister Derby said, “If I want to diss someone, I throw shades through my music, and I don’t mention the person’s name.
“If you feel the shade is addressed to you and take it personally, you are immature because you don’t have proof I was referring to you”.
“Beefs happen all the time, and you must not take it to heart because it is what makes the industry vibrant,” she added.
Speaking on her relationship with Fella Makafui, the songstress reiterated that she and Fella Makafui were never friends.