-Mr. Nana Poku Kwarteng has explained his choice of wardrobe following the demise of his daughter, Ebony
-According to the bereaved father, his wardrobe choice was as a result of custom and had nothing untoward attached to it
Mr. Nana Poku Kwarteng, father of late dancehall artiste, Priscilla Opoku-Kwarteng, popularly known as Ebony Reigns has revealed why he has been seen in all-white apparels after the passing of his daughter in a car crash.
In a report sighted on Zionfelix.net, father of the late “Date Ur Fada” hitmaker said his choice of clothes was as a result of what his customs demanded in the event of death of his family member.
According to the custom, a father was supposed to wear white clothes if he was losing a child for the first time.
The spokesman for the family indicated that Mr. Nana Poku Kwarteng’s way of dressing was in line with the Akan tradition and there was nothing wrong with it.
The mouthpiece of the family also vehemently ruled out the connection of Ebony’s father’s choice of clothing to any form of ritual or occultism.
Family members of the late “Poison” singer have however hinted at taking some legal action against certain individuals who have made allegations against their daughter after her death,
Speaking during a visit by Afia Schwarzenegger, Mzbel, Nana Tornado among others, family members of Ebony Reigns revealed that at the opportune time, they were going to take legal action against all those who have badmouthed their daughter in one way or the other.
Award-winning ournalist and TV show host, Afia Schwarzenegger who was in tears cited a number of cases that the family needed to consider in case they finally picked a date to sue people peddling falsehood about Ebony Reigns.
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