Reggae/dancehall heavyweight, Emmanuel Andrew Samini, has joined the many celebrities to pay a tribute to Ebony.
Samini, in an Instagram post sighted by YEN.com.gh, detailed how he had a collaboration with Ebony which was meant to happen soon.
He disclosed that before her untimely death, Ebony was working on that track and was supposed to send him a feedback in a “writing”.
Samini also recounted how Ebony’s music journey started with Bullet playing a crucial role to ensure that Ebony made progress in the industry.
The ‘My Own’ hit maker wrote: “Such a beautiful soul she was... I remember clearly when Bullet started the hustle... I have the original version of #poison with a verse on it still on my computer.”
“It was meant to come b4 the final version ft. #gatdoe. She’s meant to be writing to a track I sent her @brainybeatz @djkofidagaati and @bulletruffnsmooth be my witnesses.”
“Girl is gone chale... sorry I had to put up another last post. It’s just sad but life goes on. I’m done.”
Samini, prior to this very post had made another one earlier describing Ebony’s sudden demise as a “great shock”.
He posted: “Ah .... but I just woke up in a different time zone and I’m shocked with my TL ......... May the almighty keep you safe baby .. you did your part and we will never forget you. life indeed is a mystery... #ripebony ...”
Ebony Reigns, born Priscilla Opoku-Kwarteng, died last Thursday in a car crash on the Brong Ahafo-Kumasi Highway when she was returning to Accra.
She was twenty years and was turning twenty-one next week Friday, February 16, 2018.
The ‘Maame Hw3’ hit maker died with two others, her personal assistant, Francisca Nkansah Kuri aged 27, and bodyguard Lance Corporal Vondee Francis Atsu.
However, the driver is said to be responding to treatment at the Bechem Government Hospital in the Brong Ahafo Region.
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