The death of the top Ghanaian artiste, Ebony Reigns has genuinely caused heartbreak and anguish the hearts of many who ends up being her fans, love ones and family as it marks 3 years after Ebony Reigns death, so we have decided to let you to see what is happening to Ebony Reigns sister that has really stuns Ghanaians.
This is what is happening to Ebony Reigns sister, Oforiwaa Opoku Kwarteng who has appeared to her followers and fans with the look of her late sister and that has keep them talking.
She showed her new look, Oforiwaa Kwarteng Opoku was seen with extra piercing in her ears, tattoos on her wrist and tinted her hair to blond.
Without question that the death of Ebony Reigns has caused various miseries and it is one of the saddest thing that has happened to the Ghana music industry, because Priscilla Opoku-Kwarteng known by her stage name Ebony Reigns has successfully become an overall music sensation.
See What Is Happening To Ebony Reigns Sister That Stuns Ghanaians;
Oforiwaa Kwarteng Opoku has gone for extra piercing in her ears, tattoos on her wrist and shaded her hair to blond. Oforiwaa's new look has moreover redesigned her closeness to her late sister Ebony Reigns.
In addition, such a sudden demise is what we never appeal God for in the country any more, most especially the downfall of young and talented artiste like Ebony Reigns.May her soul rest in perfect peace.
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