- Becca's mother, Juliana Yiadom Oti, has been laid to rest in a solemn ceremony in London
- A video from the ceremony held on Saturday, February 20, 2021, has popped up online
- The video shows the singer to be absent at the funeral of her mother
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Ghanaian singer Becca, known in private life as Mrs Rebecca Tobi (nee Acheampong) did not attend the funeral of her mother, YEN.com.gh has sighted.
Becca's biological mother, Juliana Yiadom Oti, was laid to rest in a solemn ceremony in London, United Kingdom, on Saturday, February 20, 2021.
A video from the funeral ceremony shows the casket of Madam Oti draped in kente cloth in the middle of a church.
A number of mourners were spotted dressed in black and black and white mourning clothes in the church.
In the over one hour video, neither Becca nor her husband Tobi Sanni Daniel was seen at the funeral.
Even when it got to the time for children to read their tributes, Becca was not spotted anywhere.
The tribute was read by two brothers of the singer.
After the tributes, a chariot (hearse) carried the casket to the burial grounds where the officiating minister committed Becca's mother's body into the hands of God before she was buried.
See the video below:
Becca's mother passed away in London on Thursday, January 7, 2021.
As reported by YEN.com.gh, Madam Oti passed away after suffering from a short illness.
At the time of her passing, Becca's mother and her daughter were known not to be on good terms.
Their rift came about after the singer's mother washed their dirty linen in public in 2019 by making several accusations against her.
She called Becca's husband, Daniel Oluwatobi Sanni, a thief, saying that he married her daughter because of her wealth.
She narrated how Tobi assumed ownership of everything her daughter had to the extent that Becca stopped caring for her.
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