I Was Chatting With Ebony On Snapchat When She Died – ‘Boyfriend’ Reveals

A rising Ghanaian artiste identified as O Gee, who has been captured in numerous videos with Ebony in romantic positions, has come out as the boyfriend of singer Ebony Reigns after her death.

The two were pretty close when she was alive and he’s been speaking out in sorrow since she passed.

O Gee, speaking on GhOne TV, revealed that he was actually chatting with Ebony at the time she passed away.

According to him, they were chatting on Snapchat and making fun of each other when she suddenly stopped replying his messages.

Lamenting Ebony’s death, he said she was a special lady who treated him like a king and he doesn’t know where he will find another lady like that again.

“…A few days before she died, she prepared Jollof for me; Ebony knew I love Jollof and would always do it for me. She was like my mother,” he revealed.

“Her smiles were infectious, she had a kind heart, she had so many lined-up activities for this year, we were going to tour Europe.” “Who else is going to be like Ebony? I don’t think I will find someone as special and talented like her,” he said with tears in his eyes.

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

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 current and former President paid glowing tributes to her.

Meanwhile, the memorial service held at St. Martin de Porres in Dansoman was attended by two government ministers – Communications Minister Ursula Owusu-Ekuful whose constituency includes Ebony’s Dansoman residence and Tourism and Creative Arts Minister Catherine Afeku.

Big names in the entertainment industry including Sarkodie, Ofori Amponsah, Shatta Wale, Becca, Nana Yaa, Sister Deborah and many others all paid their respects to the late music star.

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