Kiki was not my sexual partner; I can attribute my 10 years career to him – Becca

By Lorlornyofm October 15, 2017 21:11

Kiki was not my sexual partner; I can attribute my 10 years career to him – Becca

Becca a Ghanaian female musician has denied ever dating her former manager, Kiki Banson.

The musician originally known as Rebecca Acheampong told Agyemang Prempeh that, she never had any sexual relationship with her former manager who she noted has contributed immensely to her career.

She said, Kiki Banson was her manager and record label and that has always been the case when she worked with him.

Becca on the show denied widely spread rumour that she was dating her former manager Kiki Banson, adding, because of the good relationship between them, people speculated that they were dating.

When asked if she was denying her former manager, she said, I am denying him as a lover but not as my manager and record label.

She described Kiki Banson as a good manager who contributed immensely to her career as a musician.

Working with Kiki was great because he was detailed and humble and dedicated and that was something I liked about him. Nobody knew Becca until Kiki decided to nurture and brand me, she said.

‘’He’s done well and I could tell you that, my ten years is attributed to Kiki Banson because he’s really done well with the brand.

He thought me lessons. I worked with him for 8 years of my life and now I have moved on to a new label that is equally doing a good job,” she stated.

The musician who is now signed to Zylofon Music on a three year-contract, said hard work has kept her surviving in the industry.

Under the new label, Becca is out with her third studio album, ‘Unveiling’ – a 13-track album that features the likes of Bisa KDei, Pato ranking, Kofi Kinaata, Mr. Eazi, and Stonebwoy.

Becca is expected to organize a tour to the Americans and Europe and climax the rounds with a nationwide concert to commemorate her 10-year stint in the industry.

It is expected that she will also embark on some humanitarian works including the provision of succor for brilliant but needy children in schools in Ghana.


By Lorlornyofm October 15, 2017 21:11
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