Kiki Banson of EKB records has divorced his foreign-based wife. Another marriage is about to collapse and accusing fingers seem to be pointing at Ghana’s award-winning sensational Afro-pop musician, Rebecca Acheampong, who goes by the stage name Becca. So nasty is the scandal that Becca and her manager, Kiki Banson, have reportedly fallen out but only put up a stage-managed artificial rapport for the cameras.
Two names that have popped up as the potential new managers for the Afro-pop singer are Kofi Otchere Darko (KOD) and Shirley Frimpong Manso of Sparrow Productions.
What Caused The Problem?
A very reliable source close to Becca has shown NEWS-ONE some considerable evidence that Kiki Banson and Becca have kept a secret relationship for the past three years. Kiki’s foreign-based wife (name and details withheld for now) was said to have gotten wind of the relationship and complained bitterly, though her husband swore heaven and earth that the reports were untrue.
Sometime last month, Kiki and his wife finally divorced so he could have time for Becca and stop breaking the wife’s heart. Interestingly, both manager and artiste continue to deny this relationship.
Carl and Becca are said to be mates at the Ghana Institute of Management and Public Administration where the gentleman is studying Project Management. Unconfirmed reports say Carl works at one of the duty free shops at the Kotoka International Airport and he spends a huge fortune to maintain his celebrity love.
East Legon Residence
Painstaking investigations conducted by NEWS-ONE have revealed that Becca has recently moved into a luxuriously furnished three-bedroom house at East Legon in Accra; an apparent love nest for her and Carl. The few times NEWS-ONE visited the place, the singer was apparently home with her lover; therefore our cameras could not move in to take inner shots.
However what has not been confirmed is whether Carl funded the furnishing of the residence, or the musician used her hard-earned cash. Whatever it is, the high quality rich brown painting used for the walls and gate tells a story on its own. On one occasion, our source helped us trail a black-colored BMW X-5 believed to belong to Carl. The vehicle moved from the East Legon residence to GIMPA and then to the Kotoka International Airport.