Asamoah Gyan furious on issues concerning Ebony’s death

Black Stars captain Asamoah Gyan had a lot of talking to do about Ebony’s death in an Instagram live post.

Asamoah Gyan started a rant about Ebony and you need to hear it
Asamoah Gyan started a rant about Ebony and you need to hear it

The death of Ghanaian musician Ebony Reigns keeps creating trends around since Ghanaians woke to the news of her demise on Friday, February 9, 2018.

Tributes have poured in from all walks of life.

However, controversies surrounding the death with respect to prophesies, Ebony wannabes and other revelations keep springing up.

The death of Ghanaian musician Ebony Reigns keeps creating trends around since Ghanaians woke to the news of her demise on Friday, February 9, 2018.

Tributes have poured in from all walks of life.

However, controversies surrounding the death with respect to prophesies, Ebony wannabes and other revelations keep springing up.

Black Stars captain Asamoah Gyan seems to be bemused on how Ghanaians are celebrating the dead rather than the living in relation to how Ebony Reigns was criticized for her dressing.

Talking from his own experience, the former English Premier League player took to his Intagram Page to rant saying:

“Although we are not in Ghana, we are Ghanaians and sometimes we hear what is going on. Now the person is gone. Go and talk about her state of dressing.

“Now that the person is gone they are playing her song everywhere.

“Are we trying to say we celebrate the dead more than the living?

  • Asamoah Gyan
    Asamoah Gyan

“We have to change. We have to change our mentality. We were all born in Africa. We all know the African culture but things are getting worse.

“We don’t know people and we just judge them. I don’t know what people see. Sometimes they see the person and they just judge them.”

Gyan continued to make his point drawing experiences from how he sometimes meet people who immediately judge him based on his facial expression.

Africa’s leading top scoreer at a World Cup tournament admonished Ghanaians and Africans to change such attitudes and not just judge people anyhow.