Ghanaian singer dies in horrific vehicle crash aged 20

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Ghanaians woke up to the most shocking news on Friday that Dancehall diva, Ebony Reigns, has died.

According to reports, Ebony died in an on head collision with a VIP bus at Nyamebekyere near Mankranso in the Ahafo Ano South, a district in the Ashanti Region on Thursday.

Ghanaian music star Ebony Reigns, real name Priscilla Opoku-Kwarteng, has died in a vehicle crash on Thursday night in the Ashanti Region of Ghana.

She was rushed to Bechem Government Hospital, where she died from her injuries.

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She was discovered by musician and entrepreneur Bullet, a member of the popular group Ruff n Smooth, after she sent him a recording of her voice.

Subsequently, an old message was dug out where a Ghanaian prophet, Pastor Ageyi Agyeman Fredua prophesied about her forthcoming doom past year which has led most people to attack the prophet after his prophecy came to pass this month.

Fans of Ebony, who would have turned 21 on 16 February, have taken to Twitter to pay tribute to the rising star. She was consistent with hit singles including "Kupe" in 2016.

Her recent album "Bonyfied", released on December 26, 2017 grabbed a lot of attention, making her the heartthrob of all music lovers.

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