-Manager of late dancehall act, Ebony, has assured her bereaved family of immense support
-He was speaking at the One Week Observation held after the singer’s passing
-Bullet is reported to be the one who discovered Ebony and brought her into the limelight
Manager of late the Ebony Reigns, Ricky Nana Agyemang known in showbiz as Bullet, has revealed that he is going to do everything in his power to ensure that Ebony’s family gets the best of everything.
Speaking at the One Week Observation after the passing of the “Poison” hitmaker held at Dansoman, a suburb of Accra, the manager of the late dancehall diva said that he was going to ensure that the bereaved family benefited from the artiste’s hard work.
Bullet revealed that together with his team, they were going to ensure that the memory of Ebony Reigns, born Priscilla Opoku-Kwarteng lived forever.
He said Ebony had many plans for this year but her management team was going to ensure that the plans and projects of the musician see the light of day.
Bullet added that in honor of the artiste who died in a gory accident on the Sunayani- Kumasi road on February 8, they were going to launch an endowment fund which was going to help others to achieve their dreams.
He added that the artiste had many songs which were yet to be released and they were going to see to it that Ghanaians get to hear all those songs.
According to the hardworking manager of the artiste, the song that was released on her birthday, “Kokonsa Police” had risen in the ranks among songs that were on iTunes.
Bullet then admonished other artistes to celebrate and support each other while they were alive rather than when tragedy had happened.
He added that he had wanted to hear his praises being sung after he had guided Ebony to win the coveted “Artiste of the Year” Award but death did not make it possible.
Ebony had been touted as one of the musicians to win the top award this year but sadly died in a car crash on her way back to Accra from Sunyani.
The artiste’s 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.
She is set to be buried on March 17.
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