The late Ebony Reigns is one of the people whose death has had the greatest impact on Ghanaians.
The Late Ebony Reigns.
Ebony Reigns is one of Ghana's most gorgeous and talented musicians. Her hit song "Poison" catapulted her into the spotlight. Before she died, Ebony Reigns had almost 20 songs in her repertoire. Following Ebony's death, a slew of new musicians have appeared, with many Ghanaians accusing them of mimicking Ebony in order to get recognition. In this post, I'll introduce you to four well-known celebrities who are accused of copying Ebony for fame.
The Female Personalities Who Allegedly Copied Ebony Listed Below.
1 . Wendy Shay
One of the celebrities on my list is Wendy Shay. Wendy Shay is a Ghanaian singer She is a Rufftown Music Records-signed Ghanaian Afropop and highlife artist. Wendy Shay made her mark in the entertainment industry after the demise of Ebony Reigns, who was also the same record label signee. Many Ghanaians have accused her of copying Ebony. She was named one of the Top 30 Most Influential Women in Music by 3Music in March 2021.
2 . Choqolate Gh
Choqolate Gh is a Ghanaian model and musician who is well-known on Instagram for posting gorgeous and voluptuous pictures. Choqolate is claimed by several netizens to be Ebony's lookalike. In her music career, she has produced over 15 tracks.
3 . Yaa Jackson
Yaa Jackson, a Kumawood actress who also sings, is one of Ghana's most gorgeous and voluptuous celebrities. She began her music career roughly two years ago, and her song "Tear Rubber" helped her acquire attention in the business. Many Ghanaians believe Yaa Jackson is emulating Ebony's lifestyle.
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