- Ebony Reigns' family has visited the late singer's tomb at the Osu Cemetery
- The family was led by the singer's father, Nana Opoku Kwarteng, and her mother, Beatrice Oppong Martin
- The visit was to mark the third anniversary of the singer's passing
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The family of Ebony Reigns, known in private life as Priscilla Opoku Kwarteng, has visited the tomb of the singer at the Osu Cemetery.
The visit to Ebony's tomb forms part of the family's commemoration of the third anniversary of Ebony's untimely demise.
Led by the singer's father Nana Opoku Kwarteng and her mother Beatrice Oppong Martin, the family laid a wreath on Ebony's tomb.
In a video sighted by YEN.com.gh, Ebony's father is seen wearing a black t-shirt with Ebony's picture embossed in it. The singer's mother was dressed in a black and white mourning cloth.
After they got to the late singer's tomb, the father addressed those present and explained why the family had come to lay the wreath.
Midway through Nana Kwarteng's speech, Ebony's mother broke down in tears and was spotted wiping her tears.
In his speech, Nana Kwarteng revealed that the family intended to mark the birthday of Ebony at the Akropong School for the Blind.
As it has been widely reported, Ebony passed away in a car crash on the Sunyani-Kumasi Highway.
Ebony was returning from Sunyani where she and her friend Franky Kuri had visited the singer's mother.
The two and a soldier, Francis Vondee, who was escorting them had their car mangled after somersaulting.
At the time of her passing, Ebony was at the peak of her relatively short career and she even won the Vodafone Ghana Music Awards (VGMA) Artiste of the Year for 2018.
Meanwhile, the singer's elder sister, Happy Foriwaa Kwarteng, has shared a photo in commemoration of her sister's death anniversary.
The photo has Foriwaa and Ebony sitting together in what looked like an outing. The two smiled for the camera.
Sharing the photo, Foriwaa disclosed that even though her sister passed on three years ago, she was yet to heal from the emotional wounds and the heartbreak she got.
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Source: Yen Ghana