Becca’s Mother reveals more Rot about Daughter and Husband – VIDEO

Madam Julie Yiadom-Oti, the mother of Ghanaian musician Becca has made some revelations about her daughter, amidst the brouhaha surrounding her marriage with Dr. Tobi-Daniel.

Madam Yiadom-Oti narrated how she gave birth to Becca at the age of 15 years, moving to London, and all that transpired.

She made these known in an interview with Founding-Editor of Chris-Vincent Febiri.

She noted that she gave birth to Becca at 15 when she was in school. However, she never knew exactly she got pregnant.

According to her, it was confirmed at the hospital and she decided not to abort it but stopped schooling.

“After 1 (one) and half years I came to London through the assistance of my elder sister, left her for my mother and sister back in Ghana,” she stated.

She added that “her father stopped looking after her. Because her father already had a wife when he slept with me.”

She also revealed that Becca was with her [Becca] grandmother and aunties till about 7 years.

“She came to London at the age of 14 for her high school education in my home. She returned to Ghana and at age 16, she returned for school. After a short fight with me she moved to her uncle’s house in Croydon. I later heard that she had returned to Ghana to pursue music,” she narrated.

When quizzed about the last time she heard about her, she mentioned that “about a year now.”

“The problem started when Zylofon signed Becca. I told her to search for lawyer to look into the legalities.”

I never knew about Tobi’s proposed marriage with her. After her 10th music anniversary concert, we went to Lagos to meet the man’s family.

Watch the full interview below:

Source: Yaw Sarpong |


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