I have no regrets in life - Becca
 
Posted on: 2012-Mar-08        Adom fm
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Sultry Afro-pop singer, Rebecca Acheampong known in Showbiz circles as Becca has disclosed that she has made it a point to have no regrets in life because regrets are weapons that retrogress one's development.

“You just have to learn from your shortfalls and know how to overcome your problems rather than to hold on to your past,” she said.

Speaking on Adom FM's Drive show, Ofie Kwanso, the smooth voiced singer said that she has never regretted quitting musical talent show, Mentor.

Becca was part of contestants for Season Two of the show but left just before the real competition began under controversial circumstances; she alleged that the finalists, herself included, had been secretly tested for HIV/AIDS without prior notification or counselling.

Reports have it that she even sued Mentor organisers, TV3.

Becca explained that she has decided to leave the past behind and continue with her career adding that she is currently on very good terms with TV3.

“We had some slight misunderstanding but we have been able to resolve our differences and that is the most important thing. I know God wanted me to quit the show for a special reason best known to him and I am willing to perform or join the panel of judges when I am invited to do so,” she revealed.

Becca has five nomiations in the upcoming Vodafone Ghana Music Awards scheduled to take place on April 14. She is nominated in the Artiste(s) of the Year, Afro-Pop Song of the Year, Best Music Video of The Year, Best Female Vocal Artiste and Song Writer Of The Year categories.

She told Entertainment News that she is optimistic of winning at least an award.

“I will be glad if I am chosen as the favorite but I believe that all the nominees in the various categories deserve to win” said Becca.

Becca revealed that her popular song, African Woman which won the Video of the Year award at the 2011 edition of the 4Syte Music Video Awards and has been nominated for the Song writer of the year category was written by her manager, Kiki Banson with the help of other people in the industry and expressed her gratitude to him for his support.