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Female dancehall musician Grace Kaki Awo Ocansey fondly called Kaakie has said she was holding the dancehall key before January 2017.
Kaakie in an Instagram post has revealed that she passed on the title key to the late Ebony in 2017.
Replying a fan, the ‘Ronaldo’ hitmaker disclosed that she promised to support the craft of the ‘Maame Hwe’ songstress after she presented to her the key.
“. in January 2017. I gave her a crown Key holder and told her I was handing over the Dancehall Title to her. Am in full support” Kaakie wrote.
Ebony died on February 8 on the Kumasi-Sunyani road when returning from Sunyani after visiting family members.
The ‘sponsor’ hit maker died alongside two others on board her car – her best personal assistant and military bodyguard – during the accident.
Tributes have poured in from all angles since her demise, especially with the singer passing just a week to her 21st birthday.
Ebony, though, has been tipped to win the flagship Artiste of the Year Award at the 2018 VGMAs following her overall impact on the music scene in 2017.
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