- The late Ebony's manager, Bullet has vowed to deal with the 'mortuary man' captured in the leaked video
- Bullet says the family first want to lay the late Ebony to peaceful rest, and then deal with authorities of the hospital
The manager of the late dancehall artiste, Ebony Reigns has expressed outrage over the leaked video showing mortuary attendant ‘fondling’ the dead body of the artiste.
According to Ricky Nana Agyemang, aka Bullet, he is totally appalled by the barbaric conduct of the ‘mortuary man’, and his management will seriously deal with the hospital and the culprit, after Ebony’s funeral.
Speaking on Zylofon Media in Accra on Wednesday, Bullet insisted that the family members of the late Ebony, especially her parents are in total shock after the leaked video.
“It is very bad. We need to give respect to the dead. We’ll surely take up the matter after her funeral and make sure whoever took those videos is punished,” Bullet told the host.
A bizarre video showing the dead bodies of Ebony and her friend, Franky Kuri at the morgue has been leaked, which has caused huge outrage from the general public.
In the viral video, the mortuary attendant who appears to be working for the Bechem Government Hospital, was captured fondling the dead bodies of Ebony and Franky, while cautioning the one handling the camera not to circulate the footage.
However, many Ghanaians who have been devastated by the leaked video are demanding immediate closure of the medical facility for thorough investigations into the matter.
Meanwhile, Entertainmentgh.com report says, “the Father of Ebony, the family’s lawyer and management of the late Ebony are already in Bechem, suing the Hospital and every individual involved in the act.”
The late Ebony met her untimely death in a gory accident on February 8, 2018, with her bodyguard, Atsu Vondee, and one of her closest friend, Franky Kuri on the Sunyani-Kumasi highway while returning from a private trip.
YEN remembers Ebony with a lovely video:
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