Managers of the late dancehall diva, Ebony Reigns, have disclosed that a deal had been secured for Ebony to the tune of $90,000.
However, the cheque, which was scheduled to reach them by March 1, would never see the light of the day because their 'queen' died.
The managers, led by Bullet, born Ricky Nana Agyeman, disclosed this in an interview monitored by YEN.com.gh on GHONE TV.
According to him, the $90,000 deal is the biggest so far after the Kasapreko deal.
And this coming in just after two years in the music industry showed that the future was good for her, Bullet noted.
He further revealed that they were in talks with international music icon, Akon, to sign Ebony onto his Konvict Music Record Label.
Bullet added that they were in the process of signing when Ebony finally passed away.
“We were in talks with Akon and another international record labels. They had given us many options to choose from and we were deliberating on that until Ebony died bringing everything to an end,” a moody Bullet disclosed.
Bullet, who was on the show with his deputy manager, Allen Kofi Anti, bemoaned the death of Ebony, saying that it is sad she had to pass away at the peak of her career.
“We had invested a lot, and just when things were about to take shape, she left. It is painful that all our efforts and investment seems to have gone waste,” Bullet cried.
Ebony met her untimely death in a gory car crash on the Sunyani-Kumasi Highway when she was returning to Accra with her bodyguard and childhood friend.
She and the bodyguard, Lance Corporal Vondee Francis Atsu, and her friend, Franklina Nkansah Kuri, had gone to visit her mother and other family members in Sunyani.
Her one week observance has been slated for Sunday, February 18, 2018 in Accra.
YEN remembers the beautiful life of dancehall diva Ebony Reigns with this video below:
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