Ghanaian singer, Ebony Reign dies days to birthday


Economist and worldwide evangelist, Dr Lawrence Tetteh has expressed shock over the death of Dancehall artiste Ebony Reigns who passed on in the late hours of Thursday.

The singer died in a ghastly auto crash that occurred late Thursday evening on the Sunyani-Kumasi road.

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Reports had it that Ebony Reigns who was rushed down to Bechem Government Hospital few minutes after the incident but she died shortly after while her driver is still unconscious. "We have a morgue here so we have deposited the bodies over here", he added.

A video spotted by sees Ebony in the same attire happily conversing with some group of people believed to be her family members. It has also brought into focus the issue of deadly road accidents.

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Police in the town of Mankranso in the Ashanti region confirmed that a Jeep she was travelling in run into a popular mass transport, the VIP bus.

Known in real life as Priscilla Opoku-Kwarteng, Ebony was widely known for her hit songs "Poison" and "Kupe". She was born on 16th February, 1997.

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Ebony was discovered by renowned musician and entrepreneur Bullet of Ruff n Smooth fame when she sent a recording of her voice and was signed to his Rufftown record label just a day after listening to the recording. But it was in the year 2016 that her song "Kupe" became a household anthem in Ghana and other African countries and she was recognized nation wide.