Assin Central Member of Parliament (MP),Kennedy Ohene Agyapong believes that the young and iconic dancehall songstress Priscilla OpokuKwarteng popularly known as Ebony Reigns died of a natural cause.
He said the death of Ebony was her destiny, very sudden, very natural and an act of God,adding that no one could have prevented the death on that fateful day.
"I listened to her manager yesterday saying that her death was prophesied and even some prophets predicted it. The issue is that we will all one day die and so I see her death as her destiny and act of God but it’s very painful"
He added: "even the Bible talks about death and I think it was ordained to happen in fulfillment of the coming of Christ and his resurrection."
There have been a lot of controversies surrounding her death as some pastors and prophets have become forensic auditors all of a sudden.
The 20-year old artiste and two other companions died in a head collision with a VIP bus at Nyamebekyere a village near Bechem and Mankranso in the AhafoAno South, a district in the Ashanti Region last Thursday, after visiting her family in Sunyani.
The driver of the vehicle escaped death, however, two other occupants – a military officer identified as Francis AtsuVondee and Ebony's P.A, Franky could not survive the accident.
She was expected to celebrate her birthday on the 16th of February, had such an outstanding year; releasing chart-topping songs from the start of the year to its close, where her song, Sponsor, was adjudged the most played song in the year by the Musicians Union of Ghana (MUSIGA) after research.
Ghana’s favourite female dancehall artiste, Ebony Reigns was expected to headline a show dubbed “Ghana Meets Naija” including EL and Olamide in Belgium last week but could not live to see the light of day.
90's Bad Girl Ebony was noted for hit songs like ‘Poison’, 'Maame hw3' 'Kupe' ‘Hustle’, 'Sponsor' 'Date your fada' and more.