Ebony reigns, Priscilla Opoku Kwarteng's stage name, was a Ghanaian dancehall and Afrobeats singer best known for her hit songs "Poison" and "Kupe." Bullet from Ruff n Smooth was the one who discovered her. She was born on February 16, 1997, and died on February 8, 2018, in a car accident. She expressed her feelings about her birthday at one point.
According to her, the one thing that makes her so happy in life is her birthday, and she goes to great lengths to ensure that she has a memorable day. Ebony's actual cause of death is unknown. While Ebony Ghanaian musician has entered the spiritual realm, what caused her untimely death? Allow me to walk you through the evolving stories about ebony's death. According to Bernard Owusu, who witnessed the crash, the Jeep's driver was reckless when Ebony and two other passengers were on board.
The car lost control and drifted off the road, while the VIP bus driver moved to the side of the road to make space. Unfortunately, the jeep hit a pothole and collided with the bus head on. She will be remembered for the rest of her life. She shared this photo on her 21st birthday.
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