On Saturday August 18, songstress Rebecca Acheampong got married to the man known Sanni Tobi Daniel. The ceremony took placein Accra amidst pomp and pageantry.
Acheampong or Mrs Sanni, is popularly known by her artiste name Becca. The award-winning artiste has a career that has spanned over 10 years.
This among other things therefore raises a number of questions that will need to be answered . Becca's new found status will mean, obviously, that there will be changes to her career and other things associated with her.
1. Where is she going to live?
Becca is Ghanaian and that is at least not about to change even if she has married a Nigerian. She has not stayed or lived anywhere more than Ghana.
But all of that might be put to the test now that her husband has come into the picture. It is not clear what the couple will want but they will sure keep her career in mind.
2. Is her husband her new manager?
The man who brought Becca into the limelight is a music and entertainment businessman called Kiki Banson. After some years, the two split under circumstances some have described as less than friendly.
Having coming to light that her husband is himself a businessman with interest in entertainment, many would want to know if she is going to be managed by him now.
3. What happens to her deal with Zylofon Music?
Becca is under contract with the fastest rising music label, Zylofon. The details of that agreement are not public but it does not seem like Becca is donw with Zylofon.
So if Becca should be managed by her husband who is an entertainment mogul and if she is to live in Nigeria, what happens to the relationship with Zylofon?
4. What sort of music videos are we going to see from her?
Becca is an artist and whatever we may hear her sing in songs or act in videos are for her art. But we also do know that marriages tend to change a lot for women.
Becca is known to have love interests in most of her music videos. The question will now be if we are going to continue to see something like that from Mrs Sanni.
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