Ebony’s father angrily replies Pope Skinny’s claim that Ebony died because of lesbianism [video]


The father of late dancehall artiste, Ebony Reigns, Starboy Kwarteng, has expressed his disappointment in Pope Skinny over his recent comments.

According to the musician, during Ebony’s visit to see her mother in Sunyani got intimate with her lesbian partner Franky Kuri, who had accompanied her, and that infuriated the gods of the land who decided to kill her through an accident.

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“Let me tell you what the pastors are not telling you. Let me tell you what God revealed to me. Whether you like it or not, I’ll drop that bombshell. The honest truth is that Ebony was a lesbian and the girl she was with was also a lesbian,” Pope Skinny said.

He continued that “. She was my girl, my friend. I first met Ebony and that girl at KOFAS’s studio. She was then a student at Manfe, MEGIS so I know what I’m saying”.

“there are some villages in Ghana that hate lesbianism. When Ebony travelled to her hometown with Franky, they made love there and they were killed for it,” He added.

Ebony's father replies Pope Skinny's claim that Ebony died because of lesbianism

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In an interview on Kingdom Plus FM, the father of the late artiste described Pope Skinny’s allegation as shameful.

He went on to question why Pope Skinny would make such a wild allegation against someone who has died for three years.

Starboy Kwarteng revealed that even if the claims by Pope Skinny are true, must he come out to say it now when the person is not alive.

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He revealed that he is unhappy with the statement by Pope Skinny and would take legal action. Only an apology and a retraction would make him forgive Pope Skinny, he added.

Watch the video below :

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