- Ebony's father has declared that whoever was behind the death of his daughter will face judgement one day
- According to Nana Opoku Kwarteng, as a human Ebony was bound to die at some point, but it has come too sudden
- Nana Kwarteng also revealed that Ebony never told him of any of the death prophecies which came to the fore after she died
Ebony's father, Nana Opoku Kwarteng has sent a strong message to any person or persons who might have had a hand in the death of his daughter.
According to him, though he expected that his daughter was going to die at a point in time in her life, he feels Ebony's time was not due.
"Whoever is behind it [Ebony's death] should know that he or she would be judged one day," he stated in an interview on KOFI TV.
Ebony Reigns, a popular Dancehall musician, died in a gory accident on the Sunyani-Kumasi Highway on February 8 while returning from Sunyani where she had, in the company of three others, visited her mother.
Since her tragic death, there have been many mystic interpretations with many prophets claiming to have predicted such a fate for her.
Ebony's manager, Ricky Nana Agyemang, popularly known as Bullet, is on record to have stated that Ebony told him that a prophetess had predicted that she would become famous but will die young.
But reacting to the many death prophecies haunting Ebony before her death, Nana Kwarteng expressed shock saying his daughter failed to tell him.
His shock, he explained, was because there was a special bond between his daughter and himself which saw them sharing nd a lot of stuff together but Ebony failed to confide in him the death prophecies.
“Ebony was like my wife and girlfriend. She told me every secret about her life except her death hunting prophecies,” he lamented in the interview.
Ebony who was buried last Saturday, March 24, at the Osu Cemetery in Accra, would have been 21 years on February 16.
Check out the heartbreaking tribute Ebony's parents paid to their daughter before she was buried:
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