Seems like Deborah Vanessa Owusu-Bonsu refuses to disappear. The TV personality and aspiring actress has become Ghana’s first ever viral Internet star and is causing a stir in the United States, Europe and around the world with her song and accompanying music video for ‘Uncle Obama’ which has been released under the moniker ‘Sister Deborah’
The song, which she says has nothing to do with the US President Barrack Obama but is being perceived as such and has gained major popularity worldwide in the 2 weeks since its release.
With over half a million views collectively online, the video for Uncle Obama has now caught the attention of mainstream media.
CNN’s Richard Davis contacted Sister Deborah two days ago to set up a Skype interview with the Queen of Quirk, Jeanne Moos. The interview, which aired last two nights on CNN International & CNN America, can be viewed here.
Watch what Sister Deborah had to say about the song and video, which has stirred up a lot of feelings online:
Find Deborah Vanessa Owusu-Bonsu on Twitter: @deborahvanessa7 and Facebook: /deborahvanessa007
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