Ebony Reigns

by: michael eli dokosi /www.blakkpepper.com/ghana                                   

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ebony-reigns-kk‘Poison’ singer, Ebony Reigns reckons the reason why most attend school is to be able to earn an income so when she realized in second year of her Methodist Girls SHS schooling that music was her calling, she impressed upon her father to give her his blessing to drop out and pursue her music business.

She narrated to MzGee of Hitz FM that she has no regrets submitting: “Why do we go to school? We go to school to be intellectuals and also to get an income and music can equally do the same things for me. If I’ll be going back to school then I’ll continue what I already know but not for income because music is already doing that. I’ve never been dismissed from any school before. I was very stubborn but I was never sacked. I sat my dad down and told him this is what I wanted to do. I told him I want to do music and he understood me. He was like they have always known I was going to do music so they have no problem but I should promise them I will go back to school in future.”

Ebony has garnered keen following thanks to her risqué videos and stage antics often going without wearing a bra and exposing flesh.


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