courtesy call by Becca and her manager on the TV3 Management at Adesa
We in Accra, was all it took to smoothen out a two-year ‘cold war’
between the sultry singer and the television station. There had been a
somewhat rocky relationship between the two parties which had allegedly
resulted in TV3 placing a ban on Becca’s appearance on that television
channel. At last Friday’s meeting, the TV3 team was said to have
explained that the station had no policy against Becca or any other
artiste and that her perceived ‘blacklisting’ by the station might have
come about through a breakdown in communication.
TV3 was said to have even voluntarily asked for a Becca video to air
on the station as a sign that the frosty relations between them had
Becca and TV3 were in the news recently when the television station
was said to have refused to air an independent production Entertainment
Today because there was a segment involving an interview with Becca.
Becca’s manager, Kiki Banson, was not ready to give any specific
details on the meeting but said there was no problem between her
artiste and TV3 as far as he was concerned.
The young lady was
one of the original contestants for Mentor 2 but withdrew due to her
disagreement with the contract binding participants of the music
Apparently, relations between her and the station had not been smooth since that incident.
“TV3 is one of the stations trying hard to promote local talent in
music and we are on good terms with them,” Kiki told Showbiz earlier in