Ghana internationals Asamoah Gyan and Kwadwo Asamoah have paid tribute to dancehall artiste Ebony Reign, who died on Thursday.
She was returning to Accra after a visit to her family home in Brekum in the Brong Ahafo region. Ebony is gone but not forgotten.and won't be forgotten for a long time to come.
Reigns was one of Ghana's most popular rising stars, with her song Poison reaching number one on the singles chart.
The journalist suspects that the driver of the Jeep in which Ebony was travelling had attempted to avoid running into a heap of sand that was being used for road construction but instead ran into the VIP bus travelling in the opposite direction.
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Her recent album "Bonyfied", released on December 26, 2017 grabbed a lot of attention, making her the heartthrob of all music lovers.
Ebony was discovered by Bullet of Ruff n Smooth fame, and released her first siingle Dancefloor in 2015.
Some of her hit songs include: "Maame Hw3", "Hustle", "Sponsor" and others.
Subsequently, an old message was dug out where a Ghanaian prophet, Pastor Ageyi Agyeman Fredua prophesied about her forthcoming doom previous year which has led most people to attack the prophet after his prophecy came to pass this month.