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Entertainment of Saturday, 17 August 2019

Source: etvghana.com

My greatest pain is being accused of Ebony’s death - Bullet

Ghanaian songwriter and music promoter, Ricky Nana Agyemang known as Bullet has shared more light on the allegations leveled against him surrounding the death of Ebony reigns.

About a year ago, Ghana lost one of its most promising female artistes, Priscilla Opoku Agyemang celebrated widely as Ebony Reigns, to the cold hands of death. He died in a ghastly vehicle accident which claimed two lives alongside hers, leaving a lone survivor to tell the story of what happened that fateful night .

In an interview on Happy FM’s Ayekoo After Drive show , he said , ” I have nothing to say regarding the allegations leveled against me but one of the most painful allegations is the fact that I had a hand in the death of Ebony Reigns . What shocks me is the fact that people can say such a thing about any other person.”

He added that when he hears such accusations and allegations, he crawls back in his own quiet space and begins to appreciate God’s grace and greatness. “These allegations draw me closer to God than further. In spite of all the allegations i still give thanks to God cause I’m still alive.”

He continued that a lot has been said and people have also taken a lot into memory; “it hurts when you walk around and you are been labelled a murderer. Sometimes, i wonder and ask myself questions which i never get answers to .I was never questioned by the police involving the death of Ebony.”

“Pertaining to the whereabouts of the driver, that i don’t know and cant talk about even though its a public interest for those who loved, adored and saw her as a role model” he added.

Bullet opined that “Ghanaians can say whatever they want cause in everything i start with God and if truly i have a hand in Ebony’s death they will be judgement and each and everyone will face it”.