Becca and her manager, Kiki Banson are no more working – we are sure you are aware of that by now since various media houses reported of the issue.
The new revelation is that the two were not just in a manager and artist relationship but were reportedly in a secret intimate relationship.
A development that made Becca’s father disown her publicly for secretly planning to marry none other than her manager Kiki who according to reports divorced his wife just to be able to marry Becca.
This generated into a murky media war in 2012 between Becca’s father Mr Acheampong and Kiki Benson, forcing Kiki to write a very long open letter to Becca’s father.
Well, there has been a new development on their relationship as popular Ghanaian music promoter and artist manager Lawrence Asiamah Hanson popularly known as Bulldog has made a shocking statement about singer Becca and her relationship with her former manager.
According to Bulldog who heads the Zylofon Music as the Artiste and Repertoire Manager in a discussion on television on the topic of artistes and artiste managers and the role, artiste managers play in the music business, Kiki Banson the chief executive officer of EKB Records had sexual affairs with Becca on countless occasions.
Bulldog revelation suggests that Kiki Banson who was Becca’s manager at the time was having more than a professional relationship with Becca his label artiste.
He made this revelation on Zylofon Tv’s “Showbizness” and reiterated that Becca’s intimate relationship with Kiki Banson was known by most industry professionals most apparently unknown to the public and Becca’s fans.
However, Bulldog opined that for successful business relations between a male artiste manager and a female singer, the two must date each other.
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