As if she was aware of the cruel death awaiting her, Ebony made sure to spend some memorable moments with her family members in the Brong Ahafo Region during her last visit on Thursday.
Fortunately, her interaction and discussion with the family members have been recorded in a video and it’s very emotional.
She was captured in the video with the same clothes she died with cracking jokes and dancing with some of the family members.
During the interaction, one woman told Ebony that she bears a striking resemblance with her mother especially when she puts on a headgear.
This according to the woman, has motivated many people in the community to also wear headgear in similar fashion as contained in one of Ebony’s music videos - ‘Maame Hw3’.
In another scene as contained in the video, a man only identified as Osofo asks to take pictures with Ebony and appeals to the one taking the shots to forward them to him later.
Ebony is then captured making some dance moves as she throws her hands about in apparent excitement when one of the family members told her she was "slim and beautiful".
She later told her mother that she was going to miss her very much and promised to visit her again.
After that Ebony joined the family for a group photo and she is captured 'throwing some kisses into the air" to her mother and aunties.
Few minutes later, the dance hall diva was on her way to Accra with three others and a driver when her Jeep collided with a VIP Bus, according to reports.
The tragic incident is reported to have occurred at Nyamebekyere near Mankranso in the Ahafo Ano South, a district in the Ashanti Region on Thursday around 10 pm.
According to the Ashanti Regional Police Commander, COP Ken Yeboah, his black Jeep vehicle collided head-on with a VIP bus from the opposite direction.
Their bodies have since been deposited at a local hospital in the Brong Ahafo Region.
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