“Leave us alone, just wish Fella and I the best” -Medikal

Ghanaian hip-hop musician, Samuel Adu Frimpong known in showbiz circles as Medikal has pleaded with Ghanaians to wish him well regarding his relationship with Fella Makafui.

He stated that since he broke up with Sister Derby, he and Fella Makafui has received numerous backlash from fans and others wishing their downfall.

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“I get it that my ex and I were known figures and people fell in love with us as a couple so it hit them when the people they looked up to did not end up where they wanted them to be but I ask that they leave us alone, myself and Fella.

“Instead of insulting and wishing for our downfall, they should wish us the best.

“Fella is a good person with a good heart, I respect her so much and so far things have been good. I think people should just accept us for what we share and leave the rest to God,” he stated.

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According to the ‘Too Risky’ hitmaker, he ending his relationship with Sister Derby was for the best and that he still has respect for her.

“You see, no one enters into a relationship with the enemy or expecting that things will go bad but if it turns out that way, you should just accept it and let go. This will not take away the respect I have for my ex,” he added.

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He also disclosed that he is not worried that his relationship with Fella Makafui will end anytime soon because they are in love.

 “Not at all, it will not. For me, I am a very optimistic person and does not wake up thinking of the negatives.

For now, I am happy and peaceful where I am so those who do not like us should please channel their energies into purchasing our works,” he concluded.

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Lizbeth has a B.A in Communication Studies (Journalism option) from the Ghana Institute of Journalism. She loves to read, travel and has a strong passion for writing.