- A new photo of Ebony and her manager, Bullet, has emerged on social media
- Ebony died in a fatal car accident along with 2 other people on February 8
Weeks after the passing of award-winning dancehall act, Priscilla Opoku-Kwarteng, popularly known as Ebony Reigns, a picture of hers has emerged on social media and it has reminded many people of her sweetness.
A picture that has been sighted by YEN.com.gh on social media showed the late ‘Poison’ singer in a hearty moment with her manager, Bullet, known in real life as Ricky Nana Agyeman.
The late 21-year-old act was seen in her usual happy mood as she stood beside her manager who doubles as the CEO of Rufftown Records.
Ebony was buried on March 24 after a funeral was held in her honor at the forecourt of the State House in Accra.
The funeral was attended by many high class members of the society as well as many celebrities including Stonebwoy, Shatta Wale, Afia Schwarzenegger, Bukom Banku, Samini and Countryman Songo.
Students from her alma mater, Methodist Girls Secondary School, were also present to pay their final respects to the departed singer.
Dr. Lawrence Tetteh was the officiating minister for the solemn funeral ceremony. Later, it was revealed that the man of God paid for the mortuary fees and coffin used for the funeral.
Reports have it that Bullet is working on a replacement for the musician. A name that has popped up to possibly fill Ebony's place is Wendy Shay.
Ebony died in a gory accident on the Sunyani-Kumasi road while returning to Accra from Sunyani.
Her childhood friend and PA, Franky Kuri and one air force official, Francis Atsu Vondee, who posed as a bodyguard also died in the car crash.
The final funeral rites and burial service of the late Dancehall diva Ebony Reigns was held on March 24, 2018 instead of the first date, March 17.
The postponement followed difficulties in securing a big enough venue for the funeral.
She was buried at the Osu Cemetery after the final funeral rites were held in Accra at the forecourt of the State House.
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