Ghanaians were too harsh on Ebony – Adina

Ghanaians were too harsh on Ebony – Adina
Sensational songstress Adina has chided some Ghanaians for being too harsh on the late young Dancehall artiste, Ebony Reigns while she was alive saying they were uncharitable with insults hurled at her.

Her statement was a response to the shocking death of the dancehall artiste Ebony and how some Ghanaians treated her while she was alive.

Adina in her interview asked, “if indeed Ebony was a bad girl then how come they liked her songs so much”.

To her, though Ebony’s brand was a controversial one, she noticed her management were smart enough to build such an image for the young artiste.

“Those Ghanaians who were chastising Ebony were the very people who enjoyed much of her music at parties and other events”.

When asked, if she thinks some Ghanaians acted like hypocrites towards Ebony? She said, “Yes if truly you dislike somebody, then why don’t you stop listening to his or her song when it’s being played”.

Priscilla Opoku – Kwarteng aka Ebony Reigns, died in a gory accident when she was returning from Sunyani to Kumasi when the car she was on board collided head-on with a VIP bus.

Ebony born on February 16, 1997, was a Ghanaian dancehall artiste best known for her hit songs, “Poison”, “Kupe” and the latest “Maame wh3”. She was discovered by Bullet a member of the Ghanaian singers’ group Ruff n Smooth.

Her death shook the whole country as many prominent people including the President of the Republic of Ghana have paid tribute to her.