Toning of skin is very common with several celebrities, infacts it's the order of the day, it appears like people prefer something yellowish than having natural colour, this is why the celebrities go on to continue bleashing their skin.
Over the years, most Ghanaian female celebrities have constantly been faced with criticism from populace who suspect that they are bleaching and toning their skin.
Becca is one the victim of such skin bleaching speculations. For those that never know, Her natural complexion we all knew her from the inception of her musicial career to now is more lighter than before.
In fact Becca, the “African woman” singer who has been empowering women and about preached self-love and Africanism colour had changed overtime making it look like she had evidently drifted entirely from such course as she becomes fairer and fairer as the days passes.
Today I will be showing you a picture of Rebecca Acheampong commonly known as Becca throwback picture with comparism with her new looks this days. However, one of the picture some may think it's the phone light camera shinning on her face and body but you will see another pictures that may indicates how her skin has tonnes.
Well, take a look at the pictures below and help us conclude about Becca’s bleaching pictures in the comment section below.
Becca before bleaching
What do you think about this? Bleaching of skin or camera light? Comment your view and share the article. Thanks
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