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"She Short-lived Her Glory." Ebony Lives On In These Photos.

By Kaks_Gym | self meida writer
Published 17 days ago - 18 views

Celebrities in countries lay a good foundation in the hearts of it listeners as good music, excellent vocals and rocking lifestyle rains from them to the country in a whole new grand style.

Taking our country Ghana, there have been really good outstanding personalities and influencing figures who left marks on us, never to be forgotten.

It's been exactly 3 years as Priscilla Opoku-Kwarteng popularly known as Ebony, painted a sad picture on the souls of many.

She was beautiful, talented, had the voice to sing, trends with her songs, went far with music, loved by many but short-lived her glory.

Was she another form of Suzzy Williams? Ebony as her name pointed out was dark in complexion and a very pretty figure.

She has our hearts and will forever be remembered. Let's take a moment to remember her as her pictures trim down below:

May her beautiful soul be kept.

Ebony Lives Reigns!

Ebony Lives On!

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