Songstress Rebecca Acheampong known as Becca in the showbiz business has been blamed by Instagram blogger Thosecalledcelebs for approaching President Nana Addo Dankwa Akufo-Addo for cash to lobby for him.
The 2020 political race falls off on Monday seventh December and a few famous people have utilized the occasion to trade out from the government officials before the decisions reach a conclusion.
As per the nondescript Instagram blogger, Becca has been working eagerly to ensure she gets a gathering with the president for money only for her to lobby for him to win.
The blogger undermined that if Becca endeavors to connect with Nana Addo, she will deliver their talk together to uncover her.
She proceeded to express that the NPP can win the 2020 races pass on without the assistance of Becca.
Becca is yet to remark on the claim from the Instagram blogger.
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