#Trending Issues: Becca bashed for speaking against Ghanaians protesting for #BlackLivesMatter


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Ghanaian Hi-Life singer Becca is yet again in the news for the bad reasons. This time she spoke against Ghanaians who joined the #BlackLivesMatter campaign here in Ghana and she has since then received backlash from most Ghanaians.

Becca’s tweet

This is in the wake of the recent Black American ‘George Floyd’ who was killed by a white cop in Minneapolis in the USA for allegedly using a 20 dollar counterfeit bill to purchase an item in a store.

Video footage shows how the police choked George Floyd to death whiles he pleads for his life and this unfortunate incident has got the whole world protesting for the lives of Black people because they believe racism was the motivation behind the murder.

Back here in Ghana, a lot of people have also added their voice to the on-going #Black Lives Matter to show solidarity to our fellow Black Americans in the USA but the award winning songstress seem to disagree with that.

Stating on twitter that we have a lot of issue to tackle on as Africans first before we move to join in the campaign for black lives matter.

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