Famed writer, Williams Shakespeare wrote that: "All the world's a stage, and all the men and women merely players: they have their exits and their entrances."
Unfortunately, dancehall diva Ebony exited the stage that is this world at a rather early age in her life.
Her death in a gory accident in February came as a shock to many.
Family, fans and even political leaders including President Nana Akufo-Addo and former President John Mahama all expressed their surprise over the incident.
Ebony's mother, Beatrice Oppong, who saw off the singer after she visited her in Sunyani, in a radio interview , was heard wailing over her daughter's death.
The father, Nana Opoku Kwarteng, however, was manly in his public interviews and he was able to control his emotions as he summed up his reaction that "Ghana was blessed to have my queen".
But considering how close he and her daughter were, it is quite obvious that Ebony's dad would be the most affected by his death.
Apart from the regular dinners between father and daughter, Ebony's father was highly involved in her life and career.
He is on record to have stated that he sanctioned her daughter's decision to leave school, midway through SHS, to pursue a career in music.
He has defended her in the face of all criticisms against her dressing saying her daughter is not 'bad' girl and that he sometimes chooses her stage outfits for her showing a very deep bond between them.
Since her death, Ebony's dad has been nicknamed 'Starboy Kwarteng' over his fight with the singer's RuffTown Records label to take custody of her music catalogue.
Judging from their closeness and his behaviour after the unfortunate accident, there is no dobt Ebony's death has been a big blow to him and he summed it up in one of his many interviews that: "my girl was special and I'll forever miss her".
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