Ghanaian Singer and Songwriter, Rebecca Akosua Acheampong is in hot waters for condemning racism following the killing of African-American, George Floyd.
Becca, as she is popularly known, took to twitter whose users over the years have been noted for trolling and backlashing of people, especially celebrities who supposedly commit blunders.
Even though the actress meant no harm and made the comments in reference to condemnations she suffered after she went in to marry a Nigerian man.
Many users, however believe she has no moral right as someone who ‘bleached’ her skin to change her black complexion.
Read some tweets below:
Racism started when you went from Becca to Micheal Jackson https://t.co/BnbumuSk12— Afua (@xx_tray) June 3, 2020
Dear becca, the Lord that transformed you from darkness to light, will also make our voices be heard pic.twitter.com/8TSjBC5g8n— 😷Nsawam Michael Scofield😷 (@OkwasiaBiNti) June 3, 2020
they call you becca no mean sey bɛ ka bi. https://t.co/3c4KX5pPav— tony (@afadjato) June 3, 2020
Becca used her marriage delima as basis to justify her comment on the on-going racial abuse.— Ghana Kan B Found (@ghkanbfound) June 3, 2020
But Ama K Abebrese intellectually schooled her from a larger content.
Asem aba fie😂😂😂 pic.twitter.com/zTigu45SO9
I don’t understand why y’all dragging Becca. She really had a point. What she meant was ghskhejgvbdjdjbdbeekdjdbdn.— .ひ (@thearmah_) June 3, 2020
Edey make sense to you now? good.
the Becca you guys are roasting on the timeline be de same Becca wey go steal somebro ein track anaa?— Dr. Hausakoko (@sir_virgi69) June 3, 2020