Rebecca Acheampong, a Ghanaian musician known as Becca, says it doesn’t hurt when people criticize her for being pale.
Becca Finally Responds To Critics About Her Bleaching
Becca said she expects there will be some negative reactions on social media for now because she is a celebrity and posts on social media and is followed by many people. she said.
“I’m happy with it. It’s finally out there, so you can look forward to it. So you have to be careful when you post something if you don’t want people talking about it because you’ve already put it there. “But I couldn’t do anything about it,” she said.
In an interview on Hitz FM monitored, she refuted her claim that the musician bleached herself.
According to her, she uses a filter to make her social media photos look bleached.
She said Becca never planned to stop using the filter because people were talking about it and she didn’t want to react to the comments.
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“I wasn’t going to explain myself a million times. Even in the caption, I wanted them to know that this is the Snapchat filter that everyone uses and that I still use it.” I like it and I used it this morning too. So I’m not going to use ‘Don’t’. I’m going to change the way I use my filters to take into account what people say,” she explained.
She added that she doesn’t care about the harsh reactions people leave in the comments section of her posts because she doesn’t read comments on her own social media accounts.
“To be honest, I don’t read the comments. At the end of the day, everyone has an opinion on things, so I don’t read the comments. So even if I’m hurt by everyone’s opinion, , I am also a human being and have feelings,” she said.
“But the thing is, if you’ve been doing something for a long time and you understand the dynamics of it, it doesn’t bother you as much because you understand that they just want attention.” he said. .