-The young lady was reportedly Ebony's childhood friend
-She also doubled as the Personal Assistant of the dancehall musician
The death of dancehall sensation, Ebony Reigns, known in real life as Priscilla Opoku-Kwarteng has shocked many Ghanaians.
Reports indicate that the other lady involved in the accident was Ebony’s childhood friend.
In a video posted on social media by award-winning journalist Valentina Nana Agyeiwaa, it is reported that the name of the young lady was Franky Kuri, who happened to be one of the childhood friends of the “Date Ur Fada” song-maker.
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Reports also have it that, the young lady who is believed to be in her teens was also the Personal Assistant to the musician and went on most of her trips with her.
In the video that many claim was the last video recorded of the artiste, Ebony Reigns was seen in the same clothes in which she reportedly died in.
The video showed the “Poison” hitmaker dance and shake her body when she was told that she had the striking resemblance of her mother.
She jokingly said ‘slim things were the new cool” in the local parlance.
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The video appeared to have been recorded in a house wher both Ebony and Franky Kuri were present along with other occupants of the house.
Afia Schwarzenegger captioned the emotional video, “The lady in white is Franky Kuri...Ebony's childhood friend n P.A. They are together in heaven now...Rest well my children Priscilla Opoku Kwarteng aka Ebony and Franky Kuri…May you find peace in Lord...i will forever celebrate ur rich heart n ur soothing smiles.”
Many messages of condolence have come in from far and wide with a lot of people still at a loss for words over the incident.
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