- John Dumelo has lambasted Ghana’s entertainment industry for showing ‘fake’ care for Ebony now that she is dead
- He fumed that no one supported her when she was alive, stating that such hypocritical attitudes must end
Ghanaian actor and entrepreneur, John Dumelo has lashed out at the entertainment industry for being ‘hypocrites’ following the death of dancehall diva, Ebony Reigns.
John Dumelo, who was among the distraught celebrities after news of the tragic loss surfaced, said stakeholders in the entertainment industry never supported the musician with even a simple retweet, but are now mourning her after she has died.
YEN.com.gh sighted a tweet by the actor on his official Twitter account, where he called on all to change their ways, since everyone is now acting as if they cared about Ebony.
“We(entertainment industry)are all a bunch of hypocrites including myself. If ebony reached out to us to just retweet her song or share her song on social media, we won’t even care. In fact we will insult her “add”. Now she’s dead and no more we acting as if we care. Let’s change!” he wrote.
The actor seems to not be the only person who shares these sentiments, are many other Twitter accounts trooped to reply his tweet with their acknowledgement of his words.
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Meanwhile, the sister of the late dancehall songstress has revealed that she had a dream about her sister prior to the accident, that indicates that the musician knew her time in this world had come to an end.
Speaking to GhOne TV in an interview, Happy narrated a dream she had had prior to the accident, where she saw Ebony at an event, and after her performance, Ebony had asked that they head home together.
“After the show, she walked to me and asked that we go home. I asked which home because she had a show. But she was saying it with so much joy. I then told her my dress isn’t really cool so she should take the lead. If only I had known, I would have asked her to wait for me and she would have waited. But because I told her to take the lead, she took the lead,” she said.