- Becca has been under fire on social media after releasing her new song, No One, featuring Busiswa and DWP Academy
- This follows accusations that she stole the John Cena song of South Africa's Sho Madjozi
- Amid the backlash, Becca has blocked comments on all her posts about the song
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Ghanaian songstress Becca has blocked her followers on social media from commenting on her new song, No One, which features Busiswa and DWP Academy.
This comes after accusations on social media that Becca stole her latest song from South African artiste Sho Madjozi's John Cena track.
Becca released her No One song on Friday, February 28, 2020. Moments after, accusations started popping up that she stole the song of Sho Madjozi.
According to social media talk, the melody and instrumentation of Becca's song are the same as that of Sho Madjozi.
And this has led some people to bash Becca on various social media platforms since the release of her song.
Amid the backlash, the Ghanaian songstress has blocked comments on all of her most recent posts on social media.
A check on her Instagram page shows that Becca has disabled comments on the posts about the No One song. From the flying announcing he the new song to the latest video she posted, Becca has refused to allow any comments.
In other news, YEN.com.gh earlier reported that reigning Ghanaian highlife sensation Kuami Eugene has told rapper Medikal to marry his sweetheart Fella Makafui.
Kuami Eugene's comments about Medikal's love life with Fella Mekafui came after the AMG rapper asked his fans on Twitter that he wanted ideas for something special he wants to do for them.
In a post sighted by YEN.com.gh, Medikal had earlier tweeted that he wanted to do something special for his fans but wanted ideas.
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