In Ghana, it is difficult for most celebrities to find true love. However, the Ghanaian musical artist, Deborah Owusu-Bonsu, popularly known on stage as Sister Deborah, seems to have found true love after Medikal broke her heart. The musician intended to keep her relationship hidden from the public eye from the start.
However, Sister Deborah seems to be very in love with this gentleman as she has started displaying some of their romantic moments on social media. If you closely at the screenshots from the video in this article, you can see that Sister Deborah is giving a lovely treatment to her new boyfriend.
The gentleman's legs were captured on top of Sister Derby's lap as she was seen cleaning his nails for him. The musician seems to do this with passion and care as the gentleman was seen so relaxed. The facial expression of the gentleman shows that he truly loves the special treatment being given by Sister Deborah. This looks like a queen giving special treatment to a king.
Some Ghanaians after coming across this video said that indeed love is beautiful when you get the right partner. And Sister Deborah's love story inspires them to trust that no matter what happens in their relationship, God has prepared a man who will love them exactly the way they deserve.
Check out some of the comments from some Ghanaians below:
You can also watch the video by clicking on the link below:
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