- Shatta Wale is calling on God to strike all people who criticized Ebony till her death
- Shatta Wale says Ghanaians never supported talented Ebony whiles she was alive
Controversial dancehall artiste, Charles Nii Armah Mensah aka Shatta Wale has called on God in heaven to strike and take vengeance on behalf of the late, Priscilla Opoku Kwarteng aka Ebony.
According to Shatta Wale, a lot of Ghanaians including respected journalists heavily criticized Ebony until her death.
Speaking at the one week celebration of Ebony at Dansoman in Accra, Shatta Wale insisted that many Ghanaians especially the media never showered support to the talented artiste but are out in numbers to mourn her demise.
Shatta Wale who completely broke down on stage after being handed over microphone called on God to punish every Ghanaian who didn’t support Ebony but hated her for her exceptional talent.
“I’m asking all Ghanaians one question, why were you hating Ebony?. You the media, you criticized Ebony heavily and today you have come here to support her now that she is dead”, Shatta Wale broke down in tears.
He also added, “God if you are looking at me from heaven please strike all those people who criticized Ebony till her death”.
The controversial dancehall artiste who was visibly sad stressed that Ghanaian media practitioners must wake up and support their own musicians and stop being hypocritical after the demise of the artiste.
Shatta Wale also pledged his full support for parents of Ebony and her entire family.
Talented singer, Ebony Reigns met her untimely death together with her body guard and one of her closest friend, Frank Kuri in a gory accident on Sunyani-Kumasi highway.
Ebony will be finally laid to rest on March 7, 2018 in Accra.
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Source: Yen News