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When I first met Ebony, she told me of 3 prophecies haunting her – Bullet reveals

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It appears the cloud of prophecies flying around the head of the late Ebony Reigns will settle anytime soon.

17-year-old Ebony and the Prophetess

Her manager, Bullet has stated that on the first day he met Priscilla Opoku Kwarteng, whom he named Ebony after signing her, she had told him, fearfully, about a prophecy she received when she was 17, and meeting him (Bullet of Ruff and Smooth), which was part of the prophesy she received, made her fearful.

Speaking to Abeiku Santana on Okay FM on Monday, Bullet revealed that Ebony confided in him that a Prophetess she encountered at a prayer meeting at Mamfe where she attended Secondary School before she dropped out told her: “My daughter, you will become a very big star, but you will die at your peak”, the prophetess told Ebony in Twi.

The Prophetess then asked 17-year-old Ebony whether she knew Ruff and Smooth, the ‘swagger’ musicians, to which Ebony responded in the affirmative, adding that she even liked their songs.

The prophetess then told her one of the two musicians will meet her, and through him, her life will change. So when Ebony met a friend who told her he could link her up to a showbiz guru who could help her, Ebony wasn’t waiting to see who it was – it turned out to be Bullet of Ruff and Smooth fame, and who without any reservations proceeded to simply make her big.

Forgetfulness?

Bullet said he was taken aback by the revelation, but expressed disappointment that in their search for help, he didn’t remember to ask Ebony to try and locate the said Prophetess. But that was not all.

Enter Sarkodie’s name

Bullet said the Prophetess told Ebony she will be so big that Sarkodie will contact her for a collaboration, but unfortunately for her, she (Ebony) will die at the peak of her stardom, a time when the bigger world would be ready to receive her with open hands.

Bullet, speaking solemnly to Abeiku Santana on Okay FM stated that because of how important that information was, he called witnesses including Ebony’s best friend whom he said was called Muna, who apparently knew about the prophesies already, to witness the incident.
Bullet said he also frequently alluded to the Prophesy whenever Ebony was refusing to follow advice on her movements, as a result of which other people working for the record label got to know about it, including their recent signing Brella who she featured on her hit track, “Hustle”.
Spiritual Solutions

He explained that because some of the prophesies the old Prophetess gave Ebony had come to pass including meeting him, they started visiting pastors and Men of God for prayers and direction as Ebony herself did a lot of philanthropy and personal prayers.

Bullet further revealed that Ebony received a collaboration invitation from Sarkodie early this year, leading to further apprehension in their camp.

The very intelligent artiste manager, who impressed listeners with his eloquence, level-headedness, composure and balance said he believed “whatever will happen was bound to happen, as a child who will die will die whether they take the child to Korlebu or the Pope”, but he was emphatic that his team did everything possible to save their Queen.

The head pastor of Gracious Fire House Chapel, Prophet Richard Gyimah has made claims that the Dancehall diva Ebony Reigns, who passed on to eternity through a gory road accident on the Sunyani-Kumasi highway, had to pay for a sacrifice she made.

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My song ‘Obia Wo Ne Master’ wasn’t directed at Shatta – Yaa Pono

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Tema-based rapper, Yaa Pono has opened up on his collaboration with Stonebwoy on his hit song, “Obiaa Wo Ne Master”.

In an interview on Adom FM’s “Work and Happiness” with Ohemaa Woyeje, Thursday, the “Fake” hitmaker claimed he had penned the song long before Stonebwoy hopped onto it.

According to Yaa Pono, the assertions that the song is a diss song directed at Shatta Wale don’t hold.

“I wrote it [the song] way back; it’s not a diss song to anyone,” he insisted.

Yaa Pono is currently promoting his latest album dubbed, “Faster than Gods”.

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I’m still the King of African Dancehall genre because I created it – Samini

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Andrew Samini, known in showbiz circles as Samini Dagaate has said he is the originator of African Dancehall genre so that makes him the KING of that genre.

The ‘My Own’ hitmaker told Mikki Osei Berko on After Hours show on TV3, he is still the dancehall king owing to the fact that he is sitting on his throne and minding his own business.

“African Dancehall is the genre I created so I’m still the King for that. Foreign market for African Dancehall is huge. Africa is doing Dancehall from the authentic point of view so then it becomes a specialized genre from Africa. Ghanaians or West Africans do dancehall music almost close to how Jamaicans do it.”

Samini termed his brand of music as the “African dancehall”. He signed his first record deal with Ashanti International. He started his own record label after he left the aforementioned label.

He has released Six studio albums, with all being highly successful on the commercial market. Samini’s success and recognition began when his first single, Linda, was released and subsequently appearing on other successful singles by other artistes.

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New Video: Petrah – Badder (Official Video)

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After unleashing her comeback single ‘Badder’ late last April, watch Manner Records signee Petrah take things to a whole new level with her brand new video for “Badder” produced by Timmy. Scenes to this sexy video were directed by PKMI.

Watch it here;

 

Source: Ghana/Paemuka.com

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