- Becca is said to have donated her salary as a guest judge to a finalist of the 2021 Talented Kidz programme
- The undisclosed amount will go to Andy Dabo, who is the only dancer to make the final six list
- The news has led to Ghanaians comparing Becca to 'chisel' Shatta Wale and Sarkodie
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Award-winning Ghanaian singer, Becca, is said to have donated her salary as a guest judge on 2021 Talented Kidz to Andy Dabo, a finalist on the music reality show.
A report seen by YEN.com.gh on 3news.com states that the singer surprised the audience at TV3's Studio B during the finale of the show on April 25 when she announced the decision to give the undisclosed amount to Dabo, the only dancer to make the final six list.
After the news broke, some people on Twitter are comparing Becca to Sarkodie and Shatta Wale wondering if they would do the same.
Check out some reactions to the news about Becca below.
Founda: "Becca out here dashing little kids money, something Shatta Wale can never do but he’s always claiming the richest man in Ghana. Smh."
Gyesi: "Becca donate money but ebi Sarkodie and Shatta wale wey dey get stray bullets. Ghana twitter."
Targetblack: "I know Sarkodie can never do what Becca did under any circumstance, anka cdi b3totc nsaase esisi adan"
YawJunior: "Why you comparing Sarkodie to Becca? know the difference; one be stingy"
In other news, 8-year-old Akwadaa Nyame has been crowned the winner of TV3 Talented Kidz Season 12.
He was adjudged the winner of Talented Kidz season 12 over five other contestants who made it to the final. He swept everyone, including the judges, colleagues, and studio audience off their feet with his performance on the night.
Many people applauded his win because he has been consistent throughout the 13 weeks of the Talented Kidz show.
On the very night he was crowned the winner, Akwadaa Nyame first performed the old song, Obra. He gave his performance life when he dramatised the whole thing.
In the drama, the Akwadaa Nyame was apprehended because someone set him up for a crime he did not commit. He sang to advise everyone that whatever good or bad a person does lives after them.
In his second performance, Akwadaa Nyame sang a love song by Akwaboah, and he was very shocked to have seen his music idol, Akwaboah himself, join him on stage.
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Source: Yen Newspaper