To many Ghanaians, it is still unbelievable that dancehall artiste Ebony Reigns has passed on.
The fast-rising singer passed on in the late hours of Thursday after being involved in a gory accident on the Kumasi-Sunyani highway.
Her demise came as a shock to many, especially as she was just a week short of reaching her 21st birthday.
Tributes have poured in from all angles since news broke of Ebony’s demise, with the whole country currently in a state of mourning.
However, before her unfortunate death, the “sponsor” hit maker did a couple of surprising things that are worthy of noting.
Here are five shocking things that Ebony did before dying in that gory accident.
1. She met Dr. Lawrence Tetteh
Ebony spent part of her last days with renowned man of God, Dr. Lawrence Tetteh. In an Instagram post, the dancehall diva posted a picture with the international evangelist, accompanied by the caption: “I enjoyed our meeting today Daddy.” It is unknown what they discussed, but her caption suggests they had a good conversation.
2. Her style of dressing in public photos changed
Ebony was most often criticized for her style of dressing, with many particularly accusing her of being too exposive. However, in her last two photos posted on Instagram she was well covered in the gown that she wore. She was pictured in a straight dress.
3. She spent time with her family
Surprisingly, before Ebony died, she spent time with both her mum and dad. The dancehall diva last saw her father on Wednesday, before travelling to see her mum. At her mum’s place she enjoyed some quality time with her family members, taking photos and video, which would later prove to be her very last in this life. READ ALSO: Why Ebony was so inspiring to the youth
4. She tried to avert the prophesies
It has emerged that some pastors prophesied that Ebony’s death was nigh and that she needed to change her ways to avert it. A series of WhatsApp snapshots put out by her manager, Bullet, indicates that they indeed tried to avert the prophecy of her death by taking some steps, but they just couldn’t prevent it.
5. She had talks with Sonnie Badu
Again, a few days before her death, Ebony reached out to gospel singer, Sonnie Badu. The UK-based Ghanaian artiste posted on Instagram that he met with the dancehall diva to talk about certain issues. The content of their chat is not known, however, Ebony later thanked Sonnie Badu, saying she loves his music.


  1. Very Sad R.I.P EBONY
    Dear Multi media group
    I am really hoping my email will get to you from the UK
    First of all please allow me to thank you guys for the wonderful work being done to promote Ghana and Africa.
    I have been listening to the media regarding the sudden death of Ebony and to this we all from the UK relay our condolence.
    Pertinent thought
    I have been asking myself that at what speed was the driving going so much to the extent that when he saw the pile of sand he couldn’t put an emergency break on?
    If the driver did used the same road while visiting the family did he not noticed that at some point of the journey and on his Way back to Accra he must take note of that particular spot so he slows down?
    Please please please My fellow Ghanaians let’s not put blame on anyone but rather at the door step of the driver
    However if I may suggest
    To the musiga group
    Is it possible that,when you employ a driver, to what extent do you carry out safety driver checks?
    To what extent do you collaborate with DVLA to ensure the driver is competent to take responsible role?
    Has musiga groups set up a special unit to ensure their musicians are well catered for by ensuring drivers are fully vetted before assigning them to be responsible for individual person?
    Does musiga groups have unit to Which after confirming with DVLA their unit also go through basic checks such as knowing their road signs etc
    There are many accident occurred in Ghana to Which deaths could have been prevented
    I have visited Ghana many times and to my limited driving experience and knowledge I have while driving in Ghana, I end up disqualifying lots of drivers I encountered on the road
    Please please please we in the diasporian countries want to help
    I am of Ghanaian descent born in the UK
    How can we help to avoid unnecessary deaths occuring on regularly basis due to carelessness
    Why Ghana?
    I can be contacted on 00 44 7456002314
    Name is Danny Agyeman
    Thank you
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