Ghanaian dancehall artiste, Ebony Reigns met her fate upon her return from her mother as she was traveling to Accra to prepare for her event trip in Abroad together with her soldier bodyguard, Atsu Vondee and her friend and make-up artist, Franky Kuri.
Numerous reports after the accident suggested that a heap of sand that was sitting on one side of the two-lane road contributed to the accident.
Born Priscilla Opoku-Kwarteng on February 16, 1997, Ebony was to celebrate her 21st birthday on last Friday but unfortunately could not live to see that memorable day.
Although Ebony discovered her music career while at the senior high school, her sudden rise to fame began when she quit school to become a complete recognized musician.
The talented songstress was praised for her unique voice and lyrical contents but also suffered all forms of criticisms from the public mostly for her style of dressing and stage performances.
Her sudden rise to fame exposed her to many great doors for her in the entertainment industry and she was almost on every bill.
Thousands of people including high profile personalities have gathered today at the forecourt of the State House in Accra to mark the final funeral rites of dancehall artiste Ebony Reigns.
Today, as the funeral of the sensational artist is ongoing, Ghpage.com brings you 6 people who may never recover from the death of the 21-year-old singer unless they encounter a miracle.
1. Ebony’s Father
Ebony Reigns was tagged in the public’s eye as a standard ‘Daddy’s Girl’ and many photos and videos from many occasions can attest to this fact.
Mr. Nana Opoku Kwarteng referred to Ebony as Ohemaa. It showed how much he adored and loved his daughter.
It would not be something confusing to say that he would clearly be the most affected person over the death of his ‘baby girl’.
Not too long ago, he narrated in an interview that he could not sleep and his demeanor alone was evidence of how affected he was by his daughter’s unfortunate death.