Celebrated artiste Becca, known in real life as Rebecca Akosua Acheampomaa Acheampong who was the highlight for a Concert held to celebrate a decade of being in the music industry put up an electrifying performance for attendees of the much-talked-about show.
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The musician who performed different renditions of her songs at the National Theatre indicated that she could not exhibit any ‘bad girl’ dance moves because her parents were present at the highly-patronized event.
In a video showing the “Na Wash” hit maker hitting the dance floor, she was seen exhibiting different dance moves and was backed by a dance troupe.
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However, halfway through her exceptional dance moves, she was seen pulling down her purple dress which seemed to be sliding high up her thighs.
She later grabbed the microphone and indicated that her father was around so she had to watch her dance moves to avoid trouble. Her comment however came across as a sign of respect for both her parents who were present at her Concert.
The much-anticipated event saw many top names in the music industry take to the stage to perform. Some of the artistes who graced the occasion included Dance Hall favorites, Shatta Wale and Stonebwoy, award-winning rapper, Sarkodie, music trio VVIP, Akwaboah and Nigeria’s Wizkid, Ice Prince and Patoranking.
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Prior to the event, it was reported that there had been a clash of events at the National Theatre on the same day for Becca’s Concert and a concert to be held by Nigeria’s Davido.
The confusion was sorted by having Davido’s program cancelled to make room for Becca’s show.
Many high profile personalities including Former First Lady, Nana Konadu Agyeman Rawlings, Nana Adwoa Awindor and musician Efya were present at the event to show their support to Becca.
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