- Father of late Ebony Reigns has revealed that Bullet wanted to resurrect late Ebony
- According to Mr. Kwarteng, Bullet said he had a man of God who could bring Ebony to life
- Bullet and Mr. Kwarteng have been in the news over many issues following the death of the singer
Mr. Nana Opoku Kwarteng, father of late 2017 VGMA ‘Artiste of the Year’, Ebony Reigns, has caused yet another stir with a new revelation about how Bullet revealed he could resurrect Ebony with the help of a Man of God.
Speaking in an interview with Regina Van Helvert on GhOne TV, Mr. Opoku Kwarteng revealed that Bullet, known in real life as Ricky Nana Agyeman, requested to see the lifeless body of Ebony Reigns at the mortuary.
The father of the late singer went on to reveal that Bullet made him request known to Ebony’s mother who quizzed why he was making such a request.
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Mr. Kwarteng revealed that he was at a loss as to why Bullet was making such a request, more so, asking to see the body at around 2a.m which he found to be quite bizarre.
On confronting Bullet on the incident a few weeks ago, Mr. Kwarteng said the former manager of his daughter had plans to bring Ebony back to life with the help of a pastor.
Mr. Nana Opoku Kwarteng said Bullet told him that he knew a man of God who could resurrect Ebony.
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However, father of the ‘Poison’ singer aid he knew it was going to be an exercise in futility since it was only Jesus Christ who resurrected from the dead. He therefore quashed Bullet’s excuse of finding a way to justify his action.
Bullet and father of late Ebony Reigns, known in real life as Priscilla Opoku Kwarteng, have been in the news in the past few days over issues surrounding finances.
According to Mr. Opoku Kwarteng, Bullet was a cheat having given him a paltry GHC2000 out of GHC 39,999 that was accrued from the tribute concert held in memory of Ebony.
There has also been a lot of debate after a purported list of payments made to artistes started going viral on social media.
Many celebs including DKB, Keche and Coded of 4X4 fame have denied receiving any payments for the parts they played in the tribute concert which was staged at the Trade Fair Center in Accra on March 23, 2018.
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