A lot of question has been asked on what is happening to popular artiste Ebony Reigns sister, so we will be revealing what we heard about her recently. However, nothing bad is happening to Ebony Reigns sister but she is rather flourishing in the business we heard her doing recently.
According to some details we gathered during our research on Ebony’s sister Happy Opoku Kwarteng via her social media page today, we found out that she has opened a barbing saloon shop in Ghana. When we checked through her official Facebook page, it was confirmed that she has built her own brand in the business.
Meanwhile, a lot of people has been wishing her well and it is obvious that she will flourish in the business because everything about the looks of her barbing saloon is nice and classic. There is no doubt that Ghanaians will still remember popular artiste Ebony Reigns who died some years ago.
However, the death of Ebony Reigns still remains one of the most painful and heartbreaking incident in Ghana music industry. Her death was a big shock to everyone in the country and most especially her fans, but where ever she maybe at this point we pray she find rest.
See recent photos of Ebony Reigns sister, Happy Opoku Kwarteng;
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