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Becca To End Music Career In 2020 And Focus On Investments And Family

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Songstress Becca has revealed her 2020 goals and it is a big blow to the music industry

The songstress made this revelation on her Instagram page around 2pm today, 4th January, 2020

According to the singer she will quit music in 2020 and focus on her other investments and spend more time with her family.

She wrote this alongside a beautiful picture she posted on her Instagram page.

“This is the beginning of another decade. What are your plans this decade?
I’ll briefly share 3 of mine;
1. End my 13 years as a “RECORDING” artist by the end of 2020.
2. Focus on my several investments
3. Spend more time with my family.
Each of these plans is backed up with cutting edge blueprint.
As a professional, you need to know when to start and when to let go.
I will be making substantive investment in a worthy and talented artist when I draw the curtains.
But between now and the next 12 months, OMG it’s going to be smash hits after smash hits. #Blessed

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“Pope Skinny is G@y and he use to visit G@y nightclubs when he comes to Germany”- LGBTQ member reveals

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Collins Agbedanu-Kröger, a Ghanaian-German video blogger identified as Black Jesus, has chastised Pope Skinny for his anti-LGBTQIA remarks.

In a Facebook live, Black Jesus, who has proclaimed his identity as bisexual, called out rapper Pope Skinny for still being homosexual.

According to Collins, Pope Skinny used to frequent Epo nights club’s “gay nights” events for lesbians, and Skinny was present at all of the gay nights that were organized.

During one of his Facebook live segments a few days back, Pope Skinny was seen thrashing the LGBTQIA, and he also chastised the late Ebony Reigns for being murdered by the gods of the Brong Ahafo area while she was committing lesbianism with her friend Franky.

 

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Michael Essien supports LGBT community

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Former Black Stars midfielder and one of the most famous Ghanaian players of all time, Michael Essien, has thrown his support fully behind Ghana’s LGBTI community.

Essien in a post on his social media handles says he stands with the community in Ghana which is currently facing hostile public pressure.

An office for gays in Ghana was closed down by the police on the orders of the state, after days of intense public calls for it to be closed.

A trans woman was also attacked in the streets of the capital recently.

In light of Ghanaians’ staunch hostility to the LGBT community, some big celebs are showing them their support.

Earlier today a letter signed by over 60 UK celebrities with Ghanaian roots, including Idris Elba and others, expressed solidarity with the LGBT struggle in Ghana.

Essien has also decided to join the fight on the right side by declaring his support for the LGBT community.

Taking to Instagram, the ‘bison’ wrote: “We see you, we hear you, we support you. Our LGBTQIA plus Community in Ghana #ghanasupportequality 🇬🇭🤝🏿,”

Predictably Ghanaians have already started showering insults and hate on Michael for his stance. Obviously as a Ghanaian you can never disagree with the masses or you face insults.

The brainless insults of a few social media users obviously changes nothing about Essien, who has taken a brave stance.

Check out his post below…

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I will support Sarkodie, D-Black or Edem to become MUSIGA president – Shatta Wale reveal

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Multiple award winning Dancehall musician, Shatta Wale has thrown his support to some colleague musicians who he believes can lead the Music industry.

The Music industry personnels are already preparing for life after Obour whom most musicians believe have failed them as their Leader.

Speaking in an interview on accra based Radio Station, Star FM. Shatta Wale indicates it’s time to get an active musician to lead the industry. When asked whom he has in mind, he mentioned Sarkodie, Edem and D-Black as artists he believes can make a great difference.

“Well l would say l have certain colleagues in the industry who l feel have that position. Somebody like Sarkodie, Ayigbe Edem….D-Black is also that kind of person we can say” shatta said.

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