-Mother of Ebony, Beatrice Oppong, has recounted the last moments she had with her daughter
-Madam Oppong also expressed shock at Ebony's death and prayed for God to keep her soul
The mother of Dancehall artiste, Ebony Reigns, is struggling to come to terms with the death of her baby girl'
Having spent most of Thursday with her daughter before the unfortunate journey which claimed her life, Madam Beatrice Oppong cannot just understand that she is no more.
Ebony died in a gory accident on the Sunyani-Kumasi road Thursday night while returning to Accra from Sunyani after visiting her mother.
Recounting their last moments in an interview YEN.com.gh monitored on Adom FM, the mother who just returned from the UK, said Ebony called her earlier on Thursday that she had arrived in Sunyani.
After agreeing that she [mother] should cook 'ampesi' with garden egg stew for her, Ebony called again saying she had changed her mind and now wanted jollof with salad.
Ebony came home later took delivery of the items she had brought for her and after partially eating her food, she bid her goodbye.
Though Madam Oppong says, she pleaded with Ebony to spend the night since it was already getting late, Ebony insisted she had to return to Accra to prepare for an impending trip abroad.
Amidst tears, the bereaved mother said, "I told her to spend the night but she insisted she needed to go back. She did not even finish her jollof and the bowl is still in the sink unwashed".
"So my baby girl is gone without wearing all the dinner wear, shoes, and jewelry I brought her", a distraught Aunty B retorted.
Though inconsolable, the mother prayed for God to keep Ebony's soul.
"Captain, tell KABA to give her a good place for me", she added.
Born Priscilla Opoku Kwarteng on February 16, 1997, Ebony has dominated the Ghanaian music scene in the last year with hits like "Sponsor", "Poison", "Date Ur Fada", "Hustle (M3di wo dwa) and "Maame Hw3".
Though often criticised for unconventional sense of fashion, her death has shaken the nation and tributes have been pouring in.
Both President Nana Akufo-Addo and former President John Mahama are among those to have paid tributes to her.
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