-Afia Schwar, Mzbel, others call on the family of late Ebony Reigns
-The celebrities urged family members to 'deal' with those who leveled allegations against the singer
Award-winning journalist and self-proclaiming queen of comedy in Ghana, Afia Schwarzenegger, together with musician, Mzbel and actor Nana Tornado have paid a courtesy call on the family of late Ebony.
In a video captured by Zionfelix.com and spotted by YEN.com.gh, the TV show host was seen in the company of her friend, Mzbel as they took their turn to commiserate with the family of late Priscilla Opoku-Kwarteng.
When given the opportunity to address the family Valentina Nana Agyeiwaa, well known by the name, Afia Schwarzenegger, urged the family members of the late “Poison” singer to to tolerate anyone who spoke ill about their daughter.
She urged them to start suing some people who had already made allegations about the singer after her death.
Afia Schwarzenegger who was seen weeping and boiling with anger cited the example of Counselor Lutterodt who has been alleged to have made some scathing comments about the “Date Ur Fada” song maker.
Video Credit: Zionfelix.com
The TV show host advised the bereaved family to look for evidence that would implicate anyone who smeared Ebony’s personality with falsehood and take those people on legally.
In citing another example, Afia Schwar indicated that some allegations had been made by Prophet Nigel Gaisie over the sexual life of the dancehall act and encouraged father of Ebony to look for that particular video and press charges to redeem her daughter’s image.
In responding to the sentiments made by Afia Schwar, family of late Ebony Reigns said that they had heard a number of the allegations about their daughter that were making rounds on the internet and would take action in due time.
Other celebrities including John Dumelo, James Gardiner, Beverly Afaglo, Stonebwoy, veteran actor Ajos and Victoria Lebene Mekpah have all paid courtesy calls to the family of the late musician.
Ebony died in a gory accident on the Sunyani-Kumasi road while returning to Accra from Sunyani. Her childhood friend and PA, Franky Kuri and one air force official, Francis Atsu Vondee, who posed as a bodyguard also died in the car crash.
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