- Afia Schwar has remembered Ebony after two years of the music star's death
- Saturday, February 8, 2020, marks exactly two years died through a gory accident together with her close friend, Franky Kuri, and bodyguard, Atsu Vondee
- However, Ghanaian are remembering the late songstress on social media
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Controversial Ghanaian TV personality Afia Schwar has paid a glowing tribute to Ebony Reigns after two years of the music star's death.
Saturday, February 8, 2020, marks exactly two years Ebony died through a gory accident together with her close friend, Franky Kuri, and bodyguard, Atsu Vondee.
However, Ghanaians are remembering the late songstress on social media.
Afia Schwar in her own way has broken the hearts of many by releasing a video of Ebony and Kuri showing they were full of life.
In the video sighted by YEN.com.gh, Ebony and Kuri were seen showing their swag and they looked stunning.
Captioning the video, Afia Schwar wrote "Forever in my heart...I miss you both n I know for a fact that you are missing my crazy asss as well wherever you are...2 years n it still feels like yesterday. Continue resting in the lord."
Watch the video below:
The video shared by Afia Schwar has attracted sad comments from social media users.
@kawsarbae commented: "Rest In Peace."
@amandabenewaa4 is still in pain: "I can't forget her."
@abena_obidombie_agyemang_: "And they will forever reign."
@love_doctor_gh: "Im always going remember them."
@akosuaetiapa: "Really miss girls."
Meanwhile, Stonebwoy has opened up about his decision to make peace with Shatta Wale after a long-standing feud.
For the past years, Stonebwoy and Shatta Wale have been dominating the headlines by verbally attacking each other.
On most occasions, it was Shatta Wale who has been mocking Stonebwoy whenever he gets the opportunity.
Their feud was climaxed at the 2019 Ghana Music Awards when Stonebwoy pulled out a gun on stage after he saw Shatta Wale and his team approaching him after he was about to deliver his acceptance speech after winning the dancehall artiste of the year.
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