Since the shocking death of Ebony rocked Ghana last Friday, many celebrities including her colleague musicians have paid tributes to her.
Some of them have expressed sorrow over the death with heart-wrenching posts on social media while others have expressed their feelings through music.
Hiplife singer, Sista Afia, is the newest person to express sorrow over Ebony’s sad demise with music after high-life legend Ofori Amponsah.
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In a short video Sista Afia posted to social media,and sighted by YEN.com.gh, the ‘Jeje’ hit maker sings of how her heart is broken, and with “goosebumps all over her body.”
In the video, Sista Afia refers to Ebony as her sister, as she kept saying in the Twi language “Kose kose” meaning “sorry sorry” my dear friend.
According to information available to YEN, Sista Afia and Ebony were about working together on a song but this will never see the light of the day with the sad passing of Ebony Reigns.
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A tearful Sista Afia also sent her condolences to Ebony’s family.
The young talented singer, born Priscilla Opoku-Kwarteng, met her untimely death in a gory accident which also claimed the lives of her bodyguard and personal assistant.
The bodyguard, Lance Corporal Vondee Francis Atsu, and the personal assistant, Franklina Nkansah Kuri, were returning together with Ebony to Accra from Sunyani where they had gone to visit her family.
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Their vehicle is reported to have collided with an on-coming VIP bus resulting in their death.
Ebony’s one week observance has been scheduled for Sunday, February 18, 2018.
Check out Sista Afia's song below:
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