- Becca was accused of stealing her No One song from South African musician Sho Madjozi
- The beat and rhythm of both songs are the same
- Becca says if she stole the song, the musician should be complaining by now
- She said though the two songs look alike, there are different and she never stole
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Ghanaians songstress Becca has finally spoken on widely circulated reports that she stole her No One song featuring Busiwa and DWP Academy.
She thus came under a barrage of criticisms after she released the song which has the same beat and rhythm as South African musician Sho Madjozi.
Madjozi’s John Cena sounds just like Becca’s No One, and many people criticised the Ghanaian.
However, Becca says if she had stolen the song, Madjozi should be out and complaining about it by now.
She added that the two songs sound alike, but are completely different from each other.
Becca was reportedly speaking in an interview with Abeiku Santana on Okay FM on Friday, April 17, 2020.
She explained that there are different genres of music and beats in South Africa, and she chose to go with Gqom beat.
“One would be wondering if the same song is being played,” Becca said to justify her point.
Meanwhile, the musician has been in the news for exercising on a plane with her husband.
Becca also trended in the news recently when she flaunted her beautiful luxurious glass hall in a video published by YEN.com.gh.
In another video, Becca and her husband danced so beautifully together, and at a point, she stopped to whine her waist for him.
Her husband could not stand and left her.
In another report, another video showing Becca’s baby also dropped.
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