- Becca has revealed why she didn't marry a Ghanaian
- According to Becca, Ghanaian men were not sharp
- Becca and Tobi Sani got married on August 16, 2018
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Ghanaian songstress, Rebecca Acheampong, popularly known as Becca has opened up on her marriage with her Nigerian husband, Tobi Sanni.
Becca has finally revealed why she didn't choose a Nigerian over a Ghanaian man.
According to Afia Pokuaa formerly of Adom FM interviewing songstress Becca on her “Vim Talk” Show, claimed that Ghanaian men are not happy all because Becca got married to a Nigerian man.
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She claimed Ghanaian men are complaining that they had interests in Becca and plans of getting married to her but unfortunately they couldn’t approach her because of her celebrity status.
Becca in reacting reagrding the aforementioned statement laughed by saying that Ghanaian men weren’t sharp enough to grab her hence her marriage to Nigerian man, Tobi Sanni.
The Driving Licence hitmaker intimated that Ghanaian men should stop complaining about her marriage to a Nigerian man because she lived in Ghana for 33 years and no Ghanaian man made the attempt to take her to the altar.
See video below:
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Becca and Tobi got married on August 16, 2018, and their beautiful relationship has been blessed with a lovely daughter.
YEN.com.gh previously reported how Becca marked her one-year anniversary wedding to Tobi.
In the video sighted by YEN.com.gh, Becca and her husband were seen on a boat cruise. Becca and her husband danced with the singer whining and grinding Tobi.
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“I love my life as your wife…. happy anniversary my husband @drtobisannidaniel ," Becca captioned her post.
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