Award-winning music sensation Becca arrived in Accra from London last Wednesday night and the ‘touchy’ subject of getting married to her manger, Kiki Banson of EKB Records, has topped discussions with her family, says information reaching News-One. A very reliable source has shown News-One some considerable evidence that Kiki Banson and Becca have kept a secret relationship for the past three years though both manager and artiste continue to deny this relationship. “The lady’s family seems to have stopped opposing the marriage. They had initially expressed some discontent but it seems they are either now satisfied or simply tired of opposing the marriage and from the way things are going, nothing would stop them,” News-One was told. In a related development, Kiki’s foreign-based wife (name and details withheld for now) was said to have gotten wind of the relationship between Kiki and Becca and this led to their divorce. What is not yet certain to News-One is who exactly initiated the divorce. However, with Kiki now a single man and reports of Becca’s family holding back their resistance, there is absolutely no obstacle in the marriage plans of the two and they are expected to tie the nuptial knot by the end of this year and live together happily ever after.
This would not be the first instance of a manager getting married to his artiste in Ghanaian showbiz circles. Gospel singers Philippa Baafi and Herty Borngreat are all married to their managers.
Becca, known in private life as Rebecca Acheampong, will, on 22nd August, premier her newly producedmusic video, ‘No Away’, in Nigeria.
The yet-to-be-premiered music video raised eyebrows when reports spread that the production had cost some $50,000. It featured Nigerian music heavyweight, M.I. (pronounced em-eye which stands for Mr. Incredible) and was shot on locations in South Africa, Ghana and Nigeria.
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