Ghanaian UK based artiste and Bony to the world record label signee who is also the uncle of late dancehall diva Ebony Reigns Jah Wizdom has stated that his new single “90’s uncle” was not meant to talk about the killers of late Ebony Reigns but rather to talk about the legacy she left in the music industry.
This follows the release of his latest single “90’s uncle” which he allegedly talked about the killers and death of his niece late dancehall diva Ebony Reigns.
Speaking in an interview on “Showbiz Agenda” on Zylofon FM 102.1, he told the host of the show Sammy Flex that he released the “90’s uncle” following how people talked ill about the late Ebony and also talked about how he inspired many in the music industry.
According to him, the 90’s bad girl tag the late Ebony Reigns bore was never meant to describe her as bad in real life but it was just in a musical aspect.
“I wasn’t talking about the killers of her death. I was talking about the legacy she left in the music industry. You see… There were enough ill talks about her. Some said she was Illuminati but she wasn’t. She was just a little girl dreaming about driving a Ferrari. The name bad girl wasn’t how they explained it. She was bad in the music aspect but it didn’t mean she was bad” he said.
He further disclosed how ready and prepared he is to collaborate with the father of the late Ebony Reigns to work under the Bony to the world records. Talking about how he could cope with the label for being a big artiste in the industry, he told the host of the show Sammy Flex that he wouldn’t mind however the label will treat him but he is much concerned about continuing the legacy his niece the late Ebony Reigns left in the industry. According to him, he doesn’t want the name of the late Ebony Reigns to die that’s why he came back from the UK to support the father of late Ebony Reigns.
“I don’t mind how the label will treat me but what I want is to continue the legacy my niece left. What I know is that I’m working with 90’s bad girl’s father my in law. I was in the UK performing with big artistes but I came back to support Nana Kwarteng. I don’t want my niece’s name to be forgotten. I’m ready to work with Nana Kwarteng no matter what happens” he stressed that. Adding to this, he stated clearly that he doesn’t believe in Western religion or ideologies asides what his ancestors left. He also said he was once a Christian but now, he is not.
“I’m )bosom. I don’t believe in any western religion or ideologies asides what my ancestors left. I was once a Christian but now I’m not. I pour libations. I sometimes use water, akpeteshie or any gin I want to use to call on my ancestors” he explained his ancestral and traditional beliefs.