Recounting on The Pundit on Gh One TV, Bullet said “everyone has a purpose why he or she comes to this world. Some will finish theirs early as Ebony did while others will not. I believe she came to this world for a purpose and that’s what she has accomplished”, he said.
According to Bullet, the rate at which the ‘Maame Hwe’ hitmaker rose to stardom was amazing. “It’s not easy for a young artiste to come out with 5 hit tracks (back to back) in a one year period”, he reiterated.
Bullet said the late icon was ‘a kind hearted person’ and ‘God fearing’. He pleaded with people saying all manner of things about Ebony to stop since according to him only God could pass judgment to the dead.
Ebony, real name Priscilla Opoku-Kwarteng, was returning from Sunyani in the Brong Ahafo Region when the Jeep she was travelling in crashed into a VIP bus on Thursday evening, according to police.
She was travelling with three other people, which two of them also died out of the accident. The two include a young lady, Ebony’s assistant, and a military man.
She died at aged 21 and recorded hit songs like ‘Dancefloor,’ ‘Kupe,’ ‘Hustle,’ ‘Maame Hwe,’ ‘Date Ur Fada’ and ‘Poison’ under RuffTown Records.
The family and management of the award winning dancehall artiste have chosen Sunday, February 18, 2018 for the one week celebration of her passing, which would be held at St. Martin De Porres School at Dansonman in Accra.