- A photo of Ebony's father, mother and sister has stunned fans after it went viral on social media
- This is the first time the family has been seen together in a photo since the demise of Ebony
- Ghanaians on watching the photo claimed that the death of Ebony helped in reuniting her family
A family photo of late dancehall musician Ebony Reigns has got Ghanaians talking after it surfaced online.
In the photo that was sighted by YEN.com.gh, Ebony's father Mr. Opoku Kwarteng, her mother and her sister were seen together.
This is the first time such a photo has surfaced online as it was revealed that Ebony's father and mother were no more married.
During the 'Sponsor' hitmaker's demise, reports revealed that her father and mother were separated but got together when she died.
Instagram users on watching the photo expressed their admiration for the family coming together:
@sweetmaameyaa claimed Ebony's death brought unity to the family: "Ebony's death surely brought this family together. Sad but inspiring!"
@marisahbae applauded Ebony for putting the family together: "Ebony died hv put this family together wow."
@ironbooi alleged Ebony left her family wealth: "She’s dead n gone but she left them wealth. Ever reigns ebony."
@ezeanyamargaret7653 commented: "How cute is that is all about Family."
@efyaphef had this to say: "May her beautiful soul rest in peace."
During Ebony's funeral, her parents admitted that they were not in good terms but could consider coming back together.
They claimed that their daughter's demise is likely to bring them together since the woman lives in London while the man is in Ghana.
Meanwhile, actress Vicky Zugah has been in the news after going to plead with the woman who cursed her for snatching her husband.
Vicky Zugah was in the company of Prophet Elisha Osei as they pleaded with the woman with GHC5,000 and some assorted items.
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