Becca sings touching motherhood song in new video amid fight with mother

Becca sings touching motherhood song in new video amid fight with mother

- Becca has been spotted singing motherhood song to mothers

- Becca and her mother have been trending for the wrong reason

Ghanaian singer Rebecca Acheampong popularly known in showbiz as Becca has warmed the hearts of many social media users with a video she has been spotted in.

Becca has touched the hearts of many women after she was spotted singing motherhood song to mothers. has seen a video of Becca singing a touching song to some mothers amid her rift with her own mother.

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In the video, Becca was emotionally singing her banger Africa Woman during an event.

The African woman song which was released in 2012 was one of Becca’s hottest songs since she shot to fame in 2008.

The aforementioned video has taken over social media as fans are talking about it.

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@rose_lovegh advised Becca to settle her difference with her mother: “My advice to her is.. Men are all the same; they just have different faces.”

@darlobvious commented: “Becca! Blood is blood.

@mesandragyasi also wrote: “She dey form sha later she go cry.”

@kwabenasong: “U stand der and don’t listen to ur mum .this alata ni will chop ur money and live u.”

Watch the video below:

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Earlier,, reported how Becca’s mother called her son-in-law a thief.

She also said Becca and her husband called her a witch, for which reason she was not informed when Becca even got pregnant.

But Becca seems to care less about her mother’s rants as a latest video showed her chilling with her husband and assuring him of her massive love.

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She earlier commented that there was “plenty nonsense” everywhere when her mother started making her allegations.

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