Ghana has lost a lot of prominent individuals in a car accident. Ebony is one of the victims whose death trembled the heart of many Ghanaians. She was a popular musician who made a lot of impact on Ghanaian music. She has tagged a Dancehall queen with hit songs that trended in the country and overseas.
The late Priscilla Opoku-Kwarteng known as Ebony was born on 16th February 1997 and kicked the bucket on 8th February 2018.
Truly death is something we cannot avoid, it is a stage in life everyone will endure at some point in life. The gap left behind by our loved ones is usually tough to be occupied but we have to let them rest in peace.
However, nothing bad is happening to the grave of Ebony reigns. According to the photos trending on the internet, her grave has been decorated again with a new statue and a young was seen kissing her picture on the grave.
This generated a lot of attention and the question most people are asking if the young man is normal or not.
Without a doubt checkout the pictures below;
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