Just as our elders says, the tongue never gets rotten in the grave. This proverb simply means that, whatever you say been it music or words. The spiritual content of it keeps living. Ebony Reigns spirit interestingly came alive on TV3 GMB last night.
It was an interesting scene when the spirit of the late Ebony reigns was represented by Bono Regional GMB rep Mfodwo. The iconic King Ayisoba's role was also played by Upper East Regional representative Wedaga.
The two were in a challenge to portray the songs from their respective regions. Can King Ayisoba triumph over Ebony Reigns? Let's see.
To evoke the Ebony spirit, Mfodwo eulogized her and sang her songs. She also brought a placard with a bold inscription " EBONY STILL REIGNS"
Wedaga also brought the traditional Kolgo guitar of King Ayisoba. she played it to prove that good things comes from the North.
At the end of the challenge on the stage of GMB, Ebony reigns spirit helped Mfodwo to be saved from eviction. King Ayisoba's act also helped Wedaga. TV3 Ghana's Most Beautiful is crafted to crown a queen of Beauty and substance. May the soul of Ebony Reigns continue resting in peace.
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