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Focus On My Music & Not On The Color Of My Skin : Becca

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Ghanaian musician and songwriter Rebecca Akosua Acheampomaa Acheampong popularly known as Becca has pleaded with Ghanaians to focus on her music and not on her alleged bleached skin.

According to the “Beshiwo” hitmaker, she cannot change people’s opinions or perceptions about her but she is can’t please everybody.

She added that this bleaching brouhaha has been going on for almost three years now and it’s high time Ghanaians channel that energy in promoting her songs.

Becca further stated that Ghanaians listening and dancing to her songs is very important than focusing on whether she has bleached or not.

She made this statement at the Peace Fm studios where she was promoting her current single dubbed “Yes I Do” which features Nigerian singer Tiwa Savage.

“In life, you cannot please everybody and the moment you try to do that, that’s where your downfall starts. The opinion of people is fantastic, that is why I am a public figure.

It’s okay about what everybody says, this has been going on for three years and I think it is over and done with. They should be listening and dancing to my music, that is what is important”, Becca stated.

It has been rumoured that the African Girl crooner has alleged bleached her skin due to photos that have been shared on social media.

Well, the musician has denied bleaching her skin and has advised Ghanaians to focus on her music.

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Kim Kardashian Allegedly Considers Living Apart From Kanye West To Avoid A Divorce

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Kim Kardashian is reportedly considering living apart from Kanye West due to tensions that have appeared in their relationship since the lockdown forced them to spend almost all their time together.

The couple celebrated their 6th wedding anniversary over the weekend, despite reports of “tension in lockdown.”

A source claimed to The Sun that the 39-year-old reality star has allegedly considered the idea of her and Kanye “[spending] time apart in different houses” until lockdown is uplifted.

“Things are tough between Kim and Kanye because they never normally spend this much time together, but she doesn’t want a divorce,” The source claimed.

The source adds that Kim apparently “considers her marriage to Kanye and their family together a huge success” being that she is “the only sister [in her family] who is married.”

The source further said that Kim thinks of herself and Kanye “as a power couple.”

“The last thing she wants is a divorce – especially because the public backlash after her second divorce was unbearable,” says the source.

Before marrying Kanye, Kim was married to former professional basketball player Kris Humphries for only 72-days in 2011 before filing for divorce.

Kim’s first marriage was to music producer Damon Thomas. In 2000, 19-year-old Kim Kardashian eloped with music producer Damon Thomas. Thomas filed for divorce in 2003.

The source continued: “What I think will happen is they’ll spend time apart in different houses – but not divorce.”

The same insider told The Sun in early May that Kim and Kanye had been attempting to alleviate tension in their relationship by “splitting their time between their $19m LA home and Kanye’s Wyoming ranch.”

When they are under the same roof, “they’ve been staying at opposite ends of the house to keep things civil.”

A report in the latest issue of Us Weekly magazine, claims Kim and Kanye have been on “different pages.”

“Sometimes they are on different pages. She gets up early and works out and he is up late.

“Kim is working out nonstop and doing her thing. Kanye is having a harder time because he does not have a regimented routine like Kim.”

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My Heart Is Heavy : Billionaire Wife, Regina Daniels Cries Out

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Regina Daniels, 6th wife of renowned Nigerian politician and business mogul, Ned Nwoko has expressed her utmost displeasure at the recent killings and rape surging in the country.

Reacting to the popular Nollywood actress murder and rape of two Nigerian ladies, Tina Ezekwe and Uwa Omozowa, Regina Daniels noted how heartbroken she feels.

She also touched on the issue of police brutality where law enforcement service personnel have resorted to taking the law into their own hands and inflicting pain on harmless civilians.

In her exact words,she wrote; These past few days have been extremely saddening and depressing around the world. Police brutality and rape? My heart is heavy beyond words. I don’t want to birth my child in a world like this… Tina Ezekwe and Uwa Omozowa are the recent victims to this inhumanity,will they be the last? The same men that are supposed to be protecting us are out here killing us. It’s heartbreaking.

These men in uniform have been taking lives and treating humans like animals.

My heart goes out to the families of these victims and to everyone who has experienced police brutality or rape, you will find peace and we will get justice for these beautiful souls,we want a better Nigeria. We want to feel safe in a country we call home.

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Kanye West Donates $2million, Sets Up College Fund For George Floyd’s Six-Year-Old Daughter

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Kanye West has donated $2 million to support the grieving families of George Floyd, Ahmaud Arbrery, and Breonna Taylor following their deaths.

The 42-year-old billionaire rapper, who has stayed silent on social media amid the ongoing protests over George Floyd’s death also set up a college fund to cover the tuition for Floyd’s six-year-old daughter, Gianna Floyd.

Kanye West donates $2million, sets up college fund for George Floyd

A representative confirmed Kanye West’s enormous contribution to CNN, adding that Kanye also offered to cover the legal fees for the families of Arbery and Taylor, and promised to financially support Black-owned businesses in his hometown of Chicago.

The donations come after critics on Twitter questioned the rapper for remaining silent over the Black Lives Matter movement in the wake of George Floyd’s killing and the deaths of other African-Americans.

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