Ebony was a burden to us, society - Counselor Lutterodt

Ebony was a burden to us, society - Counselor Lutterodt

Controversial marriage counselor, popularly known as counselor Lutterodt says Ebony was "a burden to society".

READ ALSO: I have nothing to say, Ghanaians are just hypocrites - Father of Ebony breaks silence

The counselor, who was reacting to Ebony's accident argued that the entire lifestyle of the musician was becoming an issue for the Ghanaian society.

Speaking on The Red Carpet on Joy Prime TV, the controversial marriage counselor stated that being raised by a single parent was largely linked to the style of the most loved and praised dancehall singer.

"If you’re raised by a single parent you become a burden to society," the counselor stated.

The statement by Counselor Lutterodt is bound to attract much anger from fans and family of the deceased of the most loved musician.

YEN.com.gh had earlier reported of how Ebony's father had bemoaned the level of hypocrisy by some fans who fiercely spoke against the style of the singer.

Speaking to the media, Nana Poku Kwarteng says the very people who lashed out against his daughter for her style of dressing are now the same people crying over her death.

" Ghanaians can sometimes be very hypocritical. They hated my daughter for wearing short dresses. But in secret they love her music and are now mourning her death," the distraught father lamented. When asked how he felt, he stated; "I just don't know".

So far, the bodies of Ebony, the soldier and another man are at Mankranso Hospital.

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Source: Yen.com.gh

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