I Was Relegated to a ‘Common Floor Member’ At My Own Daughter’s Wedding – Becca’s Mum Cries

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We are still at the sad story of Ghanaian singer, Rebecca Acheampong, and her mother Julie Yiadom-Oti, whose relationship has dwindled from a mother and daughter to enemies.

Apparently, Becca has called her biological mother a witch. Together with her husband they have made her an outcast in their family and they are not allowing her to enjoy her full rights as a mother.

Madam Julie has revealed she was not allowed to partake in her own daughter’s (Becca) wedding.

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According to her, she was not allowed to be involved in the preparation through to the final day where she was even sidelined as a ‘common floor member’.

She sadly revealed it has always been her desire to be hugely involved in her daughter’s wedding, but that dream could not be fulfilled even though her daughter knew it was her greatest wish.

During the wedding, she noted she was ignored as though she wasn’t part of the family marking that milestone. And instead of taking a seat at where the family were to be she was rather at the back seat.

She said; “I told my sister, I’m very uncomfortable with where we’re seating because I know as a mother I have to be at the forefront…”

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“It was very very sad. That moment I didn’t know what to do, whether I should just cry, I didn’t know what to do because this should have been a special day for me.

“In my life, I’ve always been dreaming that I have to be a big part of my daughter’s wedding, and she knew. I told her that when its time for your wedding let me feel proud as a mother,” she added.

Source: GhanaCelebrities.Com


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