Ebony’s Death Wasn’t Natural – Shatta Wale’s Father Reveals

The father of the controversial dancehall artiste, Shatta Wale, Mr. Charles Mensah has revealed that Ebony’s death was not God’s divine plan.

According to Charles, before the news about the death of Ebony Reigns broke, he was just hearing one of her popular songs “Maame Hw3” around 1am to 3am which he did not understand so he asked himself “what is happening?”

When he woke up in the morning and heard the news that the artiste has passed on through accident, he kept quiet and asked God if it was His plan but he found out it was not God’s divine plan.

“When the news broke that the girl or the celebrity had passed away through accident, I kept quiet.  I went to God and asked God because I knew her (Ebony Reigns). When these things happen, the first thing I do is to find out whether it was God’s divine plan for the lady and I found out that it wasn’t God’s plan for her to die” Charles stated.

Shatta Wale’s father said this when speaking to Prince Tsegah popularly known as ‘Don one’ on Accra based Hitz 103.9fm on Monday, 19th February 2018.

Ebony Reigns born Priscilla Opoku Kwarteng passed on through a fatal car accident on Thursday 8th February 2018 at Nyamebekyere near Mankranso in the Ashanti region while returning to Accra.

Ebony and two others died when their Jeep collided with a VIP bus but the jeep driver survived.

Though Charles Mensah did not reveal on who’s plan artiste died through the accident, he used the platform and extended his condolence and on behalf of the Shatta Movement ( SM) empire to the bereaved family and friends.

“Let me send very deep condolences to the family… I believe as I sit here, on behalf of Shatta Movement empire, all the fans across GH and elsewhere across the globe, I really want to send my condolences on behalf of Shatta Movement to the family and the Mum and Dad of Ebony Reigns”

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