Ebony reveals some of her 17 tattoos in latest photo

The Orginal 90s Badgyal as Ebony proudly refers to herself, is in the news again after dominating the headlines in 2017 and in the few days of 2018.

This time Ebony, born Pricilla Opoku Kwarteng, is sparking a controversy on social media with a yellow dress she wore. The low-cut neckline of the dress showed off Ebony’s tattoos. 

The ‘Sponsor’ hitmaker complimented her looks with big round earrings and a gold plated necklace, looking really beautiful. She posted the photo on her Instagram page with the caption: “Hi Wednesday, my name is Ebony Reigns #badgyalmovement#bonyfied #bonyfiedalbum #BGM.”

In an earlier report by YEN.com.gh, Ebony is said to have about nine (9) piercings and seventeen (17) tattoos on her body. The leader of the Bad Gyal Movement (Bad Gyal Movement) indicated that she decided to have the many tattoos out of her own free will and that is how she wants to live her life. The tattoos can be found at her waist, her stomach area, her neck and the most visible ones found at her wrist, and arms. 

In addition to the tattoos, Ebony also has some piercings in her navel, on her tongue, her eyebrow and nose. Ebony, who happens to be the youngest female musician in Ghana has won the hearts of many Ghanaians with her talent. 

Her powerful voice in singing and her release of hit upon hit songs has earned her a place in the hearts of Ghanaian music lovers. Ebony’s songs which she released in 2017 including ‘Sponsor’, ‘Hustle’, ‘Date your father’ and ‘Maame Hw3’ are still enjoying massive airplay. 

Last year, she won two awards – The BASS Artiste of the Year and Best Female Musician of the Year at the BASS Awards and People Celebrity Awards respectively. In all, she beat the likes of Samini, Stonebwoy, Mz Vee, Becca, Obaapa Christy, Joyce Blessing, Diana Hamiton and others to win those awards.

Ebony is aiming high with the hope of winning the ‘Artiste of the Year’ Award at the upcoming Vodafone Music Awards.

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