Ghanaian Chronicle

The ‘Becca’ Story: Her Musical Career In shambles?

Date published: November 16, 2012

Welcome back from an exciting weekend of so many happenings, which in all ramification have unified, solidified and as well broken so many hearts, and if pushed further, it may soil so many hard earn efforts.

I am not going to hide my mouth on this issue which I call ‘embarrassment’ from all parties (Mr. Acheampong, Becca, Kiki Banson and Halifax) involved.

You may say that I am alariwo (noise maker) but let’s face it point blank that in all these selfish interests, there is a ‘brand’ at stake here.

These few days have dug revelations; it has bred questions that I find silly and unconvincing from all characters in the concocted ‘script’ of the year.

Without fear or favor, I will call names and whoever feels that he or she is pinched, should sit up, rethink and be matured, thus, learn not to trust the walls.

This particular ‘Becca’ saga is a repetition of the issues that do happen all over the world and Ghana is no exception.

After interacting with all the parties involved in this, I will not hide my feelings that I am utterly sad at the lefu rete, rete lefu (left right, right left) whole situation. So what more do we want to hear, see or feel after the whole world saw the melting pot bring out smoke?

Let us not forget that he, who comes into equity, must always come with clean hands, thus, I have certain notions that keeps bugging me:

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