I Am Ready To Follow Ebony To Hell If She Is Rejected By God – Ghanaian Musician Makes Appalling Revelation

Obibini Takyi Jnr, son of famous Ghana highlife sensation, Obibini Takyi who was noted for the popular song “Akosombo Kanea, has indicated that his love for dancehall songstress Ebony is matchless.

Musician Ebony in up-close camera view

Ebony

Speaking in an interview with Black Legendary TV, Obibini Jnr, who is also a musician, expressed his love for the “Date your father” song maker and revealed that those who were criticizing the musician openly were just being hypocrites.

He added that if anyone wanted to advice the young musician, the best way to go about it was to do it privately and not to make her look bad in the eyes of the public.

He said that even though Ebony was young both in age and in the number of years she has spent in the entertainment industry, she commanded a huge following and had a lot of influence.

He went on to express his ‘undying love’ for the “Sponsor” hit maker, stating he is a loyal fan who is not perturbed by the negative comments and criticisms that are surrounding Ebony’s career.

Further commenting on how much he was appreciative of the young dancehall act’s talent, he said that even if God rejected Ebony on judgment day, he did not have a problem giving up his eternal enjoyment in paradise to follow the “Poison” singer to hell.

However, he said God did not judge like man so it would be wrong for people to judge Ebony just because of her way of dressing and stagecraft.

Obibini Takyi Jnr ruled out the possibility of Ebony going to hell because he was sure that God was not like man to look down and harshly judge others. He urged people to give Ebony credit instead of ‘bashing’ her openly.

Speaking on the way of dressing of the singer, he said a fan was a fan and he did not care about the length of Ebony’s clothes.

Obibini Takyi Jnr currently is working on promoting his song with Zack and award-winning musician Kofi Kinaata.

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