Rebecca Akosua Achampomaa Achampong, known in the entertainment industry as Becca on Tuesday, February 11, 2020, said, her husband proposed to her 3-year before they got married.
She made this revelation on Joy TV. Becca said they were friends for years before she married him. She further discloses that she met her husband through entertainment, though he is a charted accountant and holds a PhD in economics.
He met me through all these entertainment things he’s doing. He’s a charted accountant, he has a PhD in economics, so he’s a doctor of economics and everything, but he also loves entertainment.
Somehow he finds himself doing entertainment. He has his record label, the state of mind entertainment and so that’s how I met him.
According to Becca, she initially thought of not giving him the chance after several tries to win her heart. But after a while, she gave in to his demands.
He proposed to me about 3years ago, that’s another thing people don’t know. We waited a year to get married. The reason why I even gave him the chance is in 2015, we were in New York, and he came there.
I went for the sustainable development goals project. I was performing in Central Park and backstage, he told me you’re so difficult to talk to, you’re so hard to talk, so difficult for me to say anything to you right now because you don’t give anybody the chance but if you give me the chance to date you, I won’t date you, I’ll marry you. He pursued it and it worked.
On how long I took her to get settled down, Becca said, it took her 32 years to take the plunge because she didn’t want to make mistakes. The popular singer said she had known her husband 10years before she tied the knot.
When I chose to marry my husband, I told people that I waited for 32years.
I didn’t want to make a mistake, so I waited so long. People think I met him, probably in a year and I married him, but no, I’ve known him for 10 years of life. Exactly!
I wasn’t dating him for ten years, but we were friend for 10years and that makes it really nice because he’s my gossip partner, the one that I cry to, the one that when am upset about anything I go to him.