Sister Deborah Vanessa Owusu, more commonly known in entertainment circles as Sister Debbie, has revealed posting her nvdes was a “business decision.”
The ‘Uncle Obama’ singer who said she has been paid $8,000 for her YouTube views last year posted a nvde picture on her personal twitter page with the caption “tag a friend who will be happy to come home to me”.
Sister Deborah who has always insisted she posted the nvdes “because she is free and willing to do whatever” said her decision to post it was influenced by her quest to get more social media visibility.
“I thought that me ‘koraa’ my Youtube views were slowing down so I thought let’s get some views,” she stated in an interview with Morning Starr host Kafui Dey Friday.
Sister Debbie dares to expose the hypocrisy of the Ghanaian standards and culture in most of her dealings.
She explained that many “boys” enjoyed looking at her nvdes.
“The photographer that took this picture said ‘ooo Debbie I’m putting this on my Instagram and we put other ones on his Instagram and there was no’, well I did have backlash for one with my palm on my vejayjay. And then some people who follow him picked it up and were Tweeting you know…positive tweet. Things like Oo I’m going to watch this and sleep tonight… So everything was positive, boys were excited”.