-Another video involving Ebony and her beloved ‘old man’ surfaces on the internet
-The video showed her dad advising her to take criticisms in good stride
-Ebony died in a car crash along with 2 others on February 8 while returning to Accra from Sunyani
After the death of multiple award-winning dancehall act, Priscilla Opoku-Kwarteng, was reported, many pieces of information keep flooding social media about the private life of the artiste that was not known by many of her fans and followers
In the latest video to be sighted on social media by YEN.com.gh, the musician who affectionately called herself the “90’s Bad Gyal” was seen communicating with her father in patois.
Both father and daughter appeared to be in a happy mood as they laughed heartily and teased each other.
Ebony’s father, Mr. Nana Opoku-Kwarteng called himself the “60’s Good Man” and called his daughter by her nickname.
In the video, Nana Opoku-Kwarteng made a profound statement which indicated that he was addressing an important issue related to his daughter.
He advised his daughter not to worry too much but to take whatever negativity she was experiencing as a part of life.
It has been speculated that he was referring to the numerous criticisms that had been thrown at his daughter from many angles.
Nana Opoku-Kwarteng is noted as one of the unflinching supporters of his daughter’s music career and even featured in one of her music videos.
On Sunday February 18, the One Week Observance was held in Accra for the multiple award-winning act who died in a car crash on the Kumasi-Sunyani road.
It was announced that the final funeral rites were going to be held on March 17 in Accra.
Many colleagues in the music industry, notable business people and government functionaries were present at the One Week Observance.
There was also a massive turnout from her friends and fans.
Watch a tribute YEN.com.gh in memory of Ebony Reigns:
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