The REAL Reason Behind Ebony's Death EXPOSED By A Prophet — If You Choose To Believe HIM [VIDEO]

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Pastors and their counterparts, the so-called Prophets, are my favourite people in the entire country, because the shows they often put up are pure comedy gold.
Honestly, you can get more laughs watching an episode of Bishop Obinim or Rev Obofour’s church service than you would attending a stand up show by any Ghanaian comedian bar KSM.
So it’s always interesting to hear them making things up and throwing them out there to see what occasional lucky guess gets to happen so they claim being prescient.
One of such prophets who has emerged big this year is Prophet Stephen Adom, who heads some church in Kumasi and spends most of his day making things up about celebrities.
He has prophesied about Shatta Wale, Nana Ama McBrown, Ebony, Bullet and Starboy Kwarteng, Afia Schwarzenegger and even his fellow prophets, often with crazy, unverifiable claims about them.
His latest vision concerns Ebony’s death and according to him he has the exclusive on how the singer lost her life.
According to Prophet Adom, both Bullet and Ebony’s dad belong to separate secret societies, and that Mr Kwarteng first took his daughter to his secret society earlier in life.

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However when Bullet came onto the scene, he took Ebony from her father and he tried getting her back with some spiritual shenanigans.
So it was the spiritual battle between the two men and their secret societies which led to the accident which caused Ebony’s death.
Totally makes sense, right?

Source: GhanaCelebrities.Com


Godwin Nii-Armah Okine, Managing Editor
Godwin Nii-Armah Okine aka Moonbyte ska Nii Smiley Byte is the Managing Editor of GhanaCelebrities.Com. He also serves as Founding Editor of Innonews24.Com, Religious Affairs Editor of BrutallyUncensored.Com and a Social Media Influencer and content creator for Via Fame PR. Godwin is a secular humanist who believes the biggest problem affecting Ghana is a penchant for groupthink. We all need to think for ourselves and not be too invested in the status quo. He believes every idea is open to scrutiny and nothing is 'sacred'. His personal motto is you can do anything you set your mind to. Find him on Facebook at Nii Smiley Byte and on Twitter @moonbyte. Contact [email protected]