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Family shares sad photos of Ebony Reigns finished tomb at Osu cemetery

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The late Ebony Reigns father ‘Starboy’ Opoku Kwarteng has shared two sad photos of Ebony’s finished tomb at the Osu Cemetery.

The tomb has a beautiful statue of the late songstress placed on it with her graveyard cast in concrete.

The photos of Ebony’s tomb which were shared on his dad’s Instagram handle has stirred emotions.

In the photo, the dad visited the graveyard with Ebony’s sister Oforiwaa Kwarteng.

@brent_de_honest_ wrote; Rest in peace baby girl legend

@lorraine2rhatid wrote a long piece; My heart is heavy thinking about how your life was cut short….SIP baby girl.
You live on in a lot of us. I play your music ? ? ? everyday. I blast it in my car,sometimes my son says his head hurts.Ghana didn’t realize the ? you were until you are gone. You will never be forgotten.
I want one of my son’s to do a collaboration with one of your songs.
You shall forever reign.
???????????? Just wish you had left to Jamaica ??….you would have been loved.

@nanabemma wrote: “Rip my Queen.”

@bra.kobby wrote: “?RIP Ebony Let all gone souls continue to Rest In Peace”

@mzbaffowaah also wrote: “Rip Queen.”

@serwa_papabi” Let continue to pray for her soul friends.. nice to see you doing this, but I don’t see any swag in this.”

Ebony who would have been 21 years old on February 16, 2018, died in a car crash on the Sunyani-Kumasi Highway on 8th February 2018.

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The late poison hitmaker was in the company of her friend, Franky Kuri; bodyguard, Francis Atsu Vondee; and driver, Chartey Oko; after they had visited her mother, Beatrice Oppong in Sunyani.

They were returning to Accra when their Jeep collided VIP bus. With the exception of the driver, all the passengers on board died in the accident.

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