The rift between Becca and her mother, Julie Yiadom-Oti, is being caused by Stacy Amoateng, a lady who claims to be a cousin to Becca has stated.
According to the lady who is known as Nana Yaa Achiaa on Facebook, the rift has come about because of Stacy had been telling lies to both Becca and her mum.
Becca's mother in a recent interview monitored by YEN.com.gh revealed that her relationship with the singer had broken down.
According to Auntie Julie, she and Becca had not had a real conversation since her daughter got married to Tobi Sanni Daniel.
Among many things, Becca's mother decried how her position as a mother was given to the singer's stepmother during the traditional wedding of her daughter.
Also, Auntie Julie expressed her disgust at reports that suggest that Becca's husband had described her as witch.
The revelations by her mother got many reactions with Afia Schwar coming to blast her for taking family matters ot social media.
Afia Schwar's post got the support of Stacy who agreed that family issues should not be taken to social media.
But in a video sighted by YEN.com.gh, Nana Yaa Achiaa alleged that Stacy had taken money from Becca's father, Mr Acheampong, to 'bribe' Afia Schwar for her to spew lies about Auntie Julie.
Touching on Tobi's matter, Nana Yaa told the Nigerian man to go and call his mother a witch before he could describe somebody's own as a witch.
Nana Yaa further described an opportunist and not as rich as many people adding that even Becca’s wedding expenses was paid by the musician herself and not the husband.
“Tobi make I tell you, you are an opportunist man…tell the whole Ghana the kind of work you dey do…Ghanaians make I tell you this Tobi no dey work ooo, he no be millionaire ooo, he no get nothing…this guy na opportunist…” she said.
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