Ogee Wasn’t Ebony’s Boyfriend – RuffTown Records Publicist

Ogee Wasn’t Ebony’s Boyfriend – RuffTown Records Publicist

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Publicist of RuffTown records and the late Ebony Reigns, Alexander Fiifi Abaka has revealed in an interview that the award-winning hype man Ogee and Ebony were not dating when she was alive.

Right after the demise of the 90’s bad girl, Priscilla Opoku-Kwarteng popularly known as Ebony Reigns surfaced a lot of rumours, and with that was a lot perception formed about her private life.

One of those perceptions which was boldened on our minds after ebony’s death with several pictures and videos was the impression that Ebony was dating her hype man Ogee. The labels publicist has refuted. 

Speaking to Nana Kwesi Asare on Class Weekend Rendezvous on Class91.3 FM, Alexander said Ebony had a good heart and was willing to help anybody. He also stated that ebony never spoke to him about her relationship, she was not dating and Ogee was just her hype man, not the boyfriend.

“Ebony we knew on stage and in the media was very different from the Priscilla opoku- kwarteng who was kind, loving and ready to help others. One thing I remember was she never talked about her relationship, it was always work, work, and work so I didn’t see anybody dating ebony”.

Asked if Ogee was dating Ebony. 

“Ogee and Ebony were very close friends but he was her hype man but nothing else. When a girl and guy are always moving together there is always an assumption that they are dating, 

Ogee is a hype man and that was what he did. Posting her pictures on his page was just for ebony’s publicity nothing else”. 

He also stated that currently issues between the Ruff Town records label and Ebony’s father, Nana Opoku Kwateng has been resolved so the label will join her father in organizing her one year anniversary. 

Further details about Ebony’s anniversary, music releases, and deals between the label and father according to the publicist will be shared at a press conference scheduled to happen soon.

Source: Frederick Gyamfi



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