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News of Ghanaian songstress Becca’s child birth came as a shock to most people and it has been greeted with mixed reactions especially on social media.

The 'Daa Ke Daa' Singer didn’t show any sign of her pregnancy but has given birth to a baby girl about seven months after her wedding.

This has gotten social media buzzing with most people wondering when Becca got pregnant and how she was able to keep it away from the public.

However, ace Media Personality Oheneba Akua Marfo, popularly known as Blakofe is worried about something else.

The former Deputy Chief Executive Officer of the Ghana Tourism Development Company is concerned about the complexion of Becca’s new born baby.

According to her Becca's skin bleaching may determine the skin colour of her baby.

Blakofe expressed her concern in the comments section under a post on 'Nkonkonsa’s' page on Instagram.   
“Congrats. What colour is the baby? Because Becca changed colour... #JustAskingOoooo”, she stated.

Blakofe went on to explain her comment when another commenter opposed her comment.  

“Did you know Michael Jackson changed colour and all his kids are pure white? I'm just curious ooooo. Now we have the White lady who has turned black and says she's gonna have black kids. Things happen oooo.”

Becca welcomed her baby girl with her Nigerian husband, Tobi Sanni in February 2019.

She got married to Nigerian music executive Tobi in a beautiful and classy marriage ceremony on Saturday, August 18, 2018 in Accra.

Becca and her husband
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