Deborah Owusu-Bonsu, also known as Deborah Vanessa or Sister Derby, is a Ghanaian pop singer and human rights activist who has stated that she does not intend to have children in the near future.
Sister Derby, who just turned 39, admitted that, despite caring for a large number of children, she does not want any of her own.
This arose as a result of a fan inquiring whether she is a parent given her advanced age and how young she appears.
Sister Derby, who has had a string of failed relationships, announced earlier this year that she is not interested in marriage.
Sister Derby’s failed romances are well-known to the general public. She stated that she does not keep her romantic relationships hidden from the general public.
She stated in an interview that she is content with her current relationship and that marriage is not something she desires.
“I am not desperate for a marriage.” Even if I do not marry or have children, I will be happy and content. I do not believe it means the end of the world; I have always been self-sufficient.
“I am not in a rush to marry.” Will it bring me $5 million?” She inquired.
Derby also advised young women to be self-assured and to resist social pressure to marry and enter into unhealthy relationships. She explained why she is so open about her new boyfriend.
She stated that she sees no reason to keep him hidden if he is genuine and at ease around her.
“I am the type of person who prefers to be stress-free and free.” Hide, pretend, and calculate are all extremely stressful for me. But why should I hide if I am at ease and the person seems serious? What is the point of being concerned about society? Everyone has relationships that end.
“The truth is that if you like someone and enjoy their company, you want to spend as much time as possible with them.” “Both my partner and I enjoy my company,” she stated unequivocally.