There is nothing profane about Ebony's songs - MEGHIS Headmistress

There is nothing profane about Ebony's songs - MEGHIS Headmistress

Mrs. Sylvia Laryee, Headmistress of Mamfe Methodist Girls Senior High School says she didn’t find anything wrong with the kind of music Ebony did.

In an interview with Adom TV’s Sister Sandra at the funeral grounds, the headmistress said she did not see anything profane about the kind of music Ebony Reigns did when she was alive.

“I was very proud of her and I saw nothing profane about her songs,” the headmistress said.

“In fact, we were even expecting her during the SRC week but she died a week before”

Some of the students from Ebony's former school, Meghis, filing past to pay their last respect

There is nothing profane about Ebony's songs - MEGHIS Headmistress filing past to pay their last respect

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Mrs. Sylvia Laryee continued that Ebony was like every other student. Her attitude was just like how all other students will behave.

She continued that the late dancehall artiste could rally even her seniors for entertainment and compose hit songs when she was in school. She added that Ebony was academically good.

Ebony Reigns was laid to rest today at the Osu cemetery in Accra. Her funeral continues tomorrow with a thanksgiving service.

READ ALSO: Ebony drags top NDC officials to her funeral as they mourn in clear photos

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Source: Yen.com.gh

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