Highlife gospel songstress, Becca has come down hard on some pundits who have cast insinuations that most of her followers on Instagram were not real users.
The “African Woman” hit maker took to her Twitter page to reply critics who were on her case as having fake profiles as followers on her Instagram page that boasts of over one million followers.
It was reported that the musician had bought the likes to hype her social media handle. Celebrity blogger, Ameyaw Debrah in a comment indicated that it could be easy to buy likes but not buy comments.
Another musician, Kumi Guitar is also alleged to be in the business of ‘likes-buying’. The allegation levelled against the musicians and Becca in particular, comes on the heels of the fact that many of the followers of the “Hw3” singer on Instagram are Turkish.
In a sharp rebuttal, the musician has said in no uncertain terms that she has no time to comment on the allegations since she considered them to be petty.
The Zylofon Media artiste expressed her disappointment at how some critics take up matters in the entertainment industry and make artiste appear differently.
It has been discovered that some people buy ‘ghost likes’ for purposes of hyping their fan pages on social media. It has now become a tool to help mass popularity on social media.
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