Ghanaian songstress, Becca has posted a cryptic message on Twitter and it’s already garnering more reactions. Her message though not explained into details, many have drawn the conclusion that she might be addressing the long-standing hatred among female musicians in Ghana.
It can be recalled that Fantana and Wendy Shay who are signed unto the same record label and have stated that they are not friends shunned each other at Becca’s video premiere of her new single with Tiwa Savage over the weekend.
The artistes who were present at the premiere of Becca’s ‘Yes I Do’ song behaved like rivals. They had the opportunity to hug themselves, chit-chat or wear a simple smile, but Wendy and Fantana refused to do so.
Fantana was dancing with Fella Makafui before Wendy came on the stage, the latter hugged Fella and the same was not done to her label mate.
In a video, Fantana also did not make room for Wendy to hug her as well because immediately Wendy approached them on the stage; she went behind Fella Makafui and started flipping through her mobile phone.
See that video here
It might be in this that Becca has stated that “For every female harboring hate and destructive envy for another female over nothing, I say… Holy Ghost Fire 🔥 🔥 🔥”
See her post below:
For every female harboring hate and destructive envy for another female over nothing, I say… Holy Ghost Fire 🔥 🔥 🔥#YesIDo
— Becca (@beccafrica) October 3, 2019
The award-winning Ghanaian singer Becca after the success of her previous single Driving License which featured Shatta Wale unlocks a new jam tagged YES I DO which features Nigerian multiple award-winning female vocalist Tiwa Savage.