A Kumasi-based prophet, Stephen Adom, has stated that the Ebony father's, Nana Poku Kwarteng and her manager, Bullet, caused the singer's death.
According to him, the two were locked in a spiritual battle over Ebony, the results of which led to the young lady's death through a horrific accident.
Speaking in a video sighted by YEN.com.gh, Prophet Adom who is the founder and leader of the Zion Miracle Worship Center (ZMWC) explained that before Ebony would break out, the father took her to a secret cult he is joining in order for the daughter to become a star.
This was way before Ebony met Bullet, who belonged to a cult which was more powerful than that of Nana Poku Kwarteng's.
After signing of the contract, Nana Poku Kwarteng realised that Bullet was getting the greater share of all monies made from Ebony whiles she was given little. So he decided to take Ebony from Bullet by reporting to his group.
Bullet, on the other hand, refused to let go of Ebony after her father had brought the idea of taking Ebony away from him this resulted in a spiritual battle between the two cults.
On the day of the accident, both spirits clashed and it resulted in the death of Ebony.
Prophet Adom, about one month ago, predicted that Ebony's father and Bullet will tussle over the properties of the late singer.
In a 15-minute video, in which he also predicted that an impending collapse of Nana Ama McBrown's marriage and death of Afia Schwarzenegger, Prophet Adom warned Ebony's father not to go to court or he will lose his son.
"I see Ebony’s family fighting over Ebony’s properties in court, I would advise them to stop else they will lose their only son's life," he said in the video.
This prophecy seems to be manifesting as Ebony's father and Bullet have been locked in a media war within the past few weeks over Ebony's legacy.
Ebony's father has accused Bullet of cheating his daughter and even called him a thief.
This led to counter accusations from Bullet who also washed his hands off Ebony's unreleased songs.
Nana Kwarteng who has now been nicknamed 'Starboy Kwarteng' for his media friendliness has even hinted of going to court over the matter.
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