Popular Ghanaian TV presenter Valentina Nana Agyeiwaa, nicknamed, Afia Schwarzenegger has welcomed singer Becca's decision to take legal action against her after allegedly making defamatory remarks about her.
In a chat with BEATWAVES, Afia said she is ready to meet Becca in court, adding, "I am happy that at least the issue will be resolved by the court."
She has vehemently denied accusing Becca -who was one of the ambassadors selected by the Ministry of Sports to represent Ghana at Brazil during the World Cup- of being involved in
The presenter has denied ever alleging that Becca, one of the ambassadors selected by the Sports Ministry to rally support for the Black Stars and raise funds for supporters, was involved in a sex scandal with one of the Black Stars players.
Becca released a statement two weeks ago, denying any involvement in the said scandal.
"The court will give me the opportunity to defend myself. I have known Becca for sometime now and do not have any bad feelings against Becca. I am waiting to be served with the writ" Afia added.
Weeks ago, Becca came out with a statement that the presenter on her TV show on UTV had accused her of having sex with a member of the Black Stars team in exchange for money.