- Becca has wowed social media users with her latest video
- In the video, the singer put her classy living room on display
- The video has attracted reactions from her fans
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Ghanaian songstress, Becca, has warmed the hearts of her followers on social media with her latest activity.
The Driving Licence singer has released a stunning video from her mansion proving that she is one of the richest female celebrities in the country.
In the video seen by YEN.com.gh, Becca is captured wearing a straight red dress.
From the video, she was seen catwalking as she flaunted her classy living room to the world.
The video depicts the real lavish lifestyle of the singer who is married to Nigeria's Daniel Tobi Sani.
Captioning the video, Becca wrote, "Just cos it’s Friday. Have a great weekend."
Becca's video has caught the attention of her followers as they extended their compliments to her.
@minamalista_decor_: "Absolutely stunning."
@franklinashalom: "Walk that walk!."
@ohemaagyamfa: "My mamacant love u less."
@drtobisannidaniel: "Damnnnnn she’s HOT."
YEN.com.gh previously reporrted how Becca showed the face of her child on social media for the first time.
Since the child was born, no photo (image) of her has been posted on social media as the singer made a conscious effort to keep her away from the public.
Even when the little girl turned one year old about eight weeks ago and a party was thrown for her, she was not unveiled.
Of all the photos and videos that popped up from the party which was attended by Nana Ama McBrown and Yvonne Nelson, none was of the little girl.
But in what could be described as a pleasant surprise for her fans, Becca's daughter has finally been seen.
In a video sighted by YEN.com.gh, Becca has been seen having fun with her daughter.
At some point, her daughter stood up and started jumping out of joy while her mother talked to her.
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