Ebony Knew She’ll Die Young – Bullet

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Bullet, manager of the late Dancehall artiste Ebony Reigns has revealed that the singer knew she will not live long on earth even before they met.

 

According to Bullet, Ebony told him of a death prophecy over her life on the first day they had an encounter. The rationale behind this revelation is that Ebony’s untimely demise has resurrected so many prophecies to the amazement of Ghanaians.

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This is because, there have been a number of prophets who have claimed that they predicted the tragic death of the budding Dancehall artiste but she failed to do the needful thing.

But in his first interview after Ebony’s death, Bullet debunked the claims that his artiste ignored such prophecies.

 

Speaking to Abeku Santana on Okay FM’s drive time on Monday, Bullet revealed that in his first meeting with Ebony, she disclosed that a woman had told her that “her success would come through Ruff and Smooth but she will not live long thereafter”.

Whatever that woman had told Ebony had come to pass except the death prophecy and we were doing everything we could to avert it”.

 

Bullet, therefore, asked that those making such death prophetic claims should leave Ebony to rest in peace. To him, they did their best to avert the pending calamity but death by nature is simply inevitable.

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