Ebony Was Just A Little Girl Dreaming About Driving A Ferrari Until She Was Killed – Ebony’s Uncle Who Is Also A Musician Cries Out

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An uncle of the late Ebony Reigns, Jah Wizdom, has expressed immense regret at how his niece died so young in her life when she was ‘just a little girl dreaming about driving a Ferrari’.

Jah Wizdom has released a single dubbed ’90s Uncle’, which talks about Ebony and how she was killed, although he has denied that’s what the song is about.

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Speaking on Zylofon Fm’s ‘Showbiz Agenda’, Wizdom said he left the U.K to come back to Ghana to protect his niece’s legacy in the music industry.

He said Ebony’s faced so many accusations during her life about things she had never done just because of her music persona.

“You see… There were enough ill talks about her. Some said she was Illuminati but she wasn’t. She was just a little girl dreaming about driving a Ferrari,” Wizdom said.

“The name bad girl wasn’t how they explained it. She was bad in the music aspect but it didn’t mean she was bad.”

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He added that he has left everything he was doing in the U.K to come to Ghana to help Starboy Kwarteng establish the legacy of the great Ebony Reigns.

“I don’t mind how the label (Bony to the World) will treat me but what I want is to continue the legacy my niece left. What I know is that I’m working with 90’s bad girl’s father my in law. I was in the UK performing with big artistes but I came back to support Nana Kwarteng. I don’t want my niece’s name to be forgotten. I’m ready to work with Nana Kwarteng no matter what happens.”

Source: GhanaCelebrities.Com


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