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Entertainment of Wednesday, 3 July 2019

Source: YEN

Becca visits Gifty Anti after her mother's accusations

Popular Ghanaian musician Rebecca Acheampong, known widely as Becca has visited Oheneyere Gifty Anti, following recent accusations leveled against her by her mother Madam Julie Yiadom-Oti.

In an Instagram post that was sighted by YEN.com.gh on the page of Gifty Anti, the host of Stand Point and Becca posed for the camera.

After posting the beautiful photo, she wrote "It was good [oof] to see you, Becca. Love you plenty."

The photo seems to have generated a lot of comments as Instagram users heaped praise on the ace journalist for showing support to Becca in such trying moment.

Some users took to the comment section to express their opinions:

@morrison.ruth heaped praise on Gifty Anti: "She needs people like u now. God bless ur beautiful soul."

@jenny_seddy expressed her excitement: "Seeing her with you I'm calm Becca is alright."

@rosinatetevia warned people off Becca: "People mind your business and deal with your own issues. Let her be."

@dokumonica had this to say: "Becca we love soo much, but breaks my heart when such things are being said about you."

@portiayorke12gmai commented: "Mummy you looking splendid together with your daughter."

Deducing from the comments, it is evident that Instagram users backed the ace screen idol for showing up for Becca.

Meanwhile, Becca and her husband Sanni Tobi have been trending lately after her mother made some allegations against her.

According to her mother, Becca's husband accused her of being a witch as he consequently hindered her from seeing Becca's newborn baby.

Meanwhile, popular comedienne Afia Schwar has taken Madam Julie Yiadom-Oti to the cleaners for her revelations.

According to the controversial TV host, social media does not solve family issues so Becca's mother should not have vented her anger and frustration openly like she did.

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