Female Dancehall Artiste Ebony Dies In Fatal Auto Crash

Sensational female dancehall artiste, Ebony has been confirmed dead by the Ghanaian police.

The budding songstress, known as the bad girl of Ghana’s music industry due to her provocative style of dressing coupled with her stage performances, died in a car crash in Mankranso in the Ahafo Ano South district of Ashanti.

Earlier reports stated that the RuffTown Records musician passed away in a car accident in Sunyani on Thursday night.

This was confirmed by the Ghana Police Service who spoke to Accra-based radio station, Joy FM.

COP Ken Yeboah, the Ashanti Regional Police Commander, confirmed the death of Ebony while speaking in an interview with the radio station.

According to him, the songstress had a fatal accident around 11pm on Thursday on her way from Sunyani.

Other media reports state that the artiste passed away while at the Becchem Government Hospital.

The police commander stated that the singer’s friend Franky and a soldier who were with her also lost their lives.

However, it is reported that that the driver of Ebony’s car, though in a critical condition, is not dead.

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Comments about her passing and condolences have started pouring in via social media, with many Ghanaians expressing their surprise at Ebony‘s death while lamenting about the bad state of roads in the country.

A singular thought running through the comments and condolences is the disbelief at the passing.

Many social media users commented about the cruelty of the timing when they considered the Ghanaian musicians to have been at her prime, having only recently released hit songs like Kupe, Poison and her debut album BONIFIED.


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