Commenting on the WhatsApp chat he posted onto his Facebook Timeline, Bullet explained he posted the chat just to show that his artiste was very spiritual and people judged her wrongly.
“I posted something on social media concerning what some of the pastors are claiming that they invited her and she didn’t show up, what I posted was to prove that behind the Ebony Reigns that people see, she was very spiritual” he said.
According to him it is not to prove that somebody prophesized about Ebony’s death and she did not listen.
“We followed every direction Kaywa gave us, but it was to no avail. The result is what we see now” he added.
Bullet further cautioned that people should think about themselves and what will happen to them and should stop talking ill of his artiste and himself.
“I wouldn’t have gotten to this level if Ebony was not with me. In spite of our differences, we tried to solve and move on and we shouldn't be judged with that” he stressed.
Ebony Reigns died in a car crush at Nyamebekyere, a farming community between Abesewa and Nsuta, Ashanti Region on the Sunyani-Kumasi highway on Thursday night.
The singer and two other victims, including a military personnel, were on board a four-wheel jeep vehicle with registration number AS 497-16 from Sunyani coming towards Accra when the vehicle collided with a KIA VIP bus heading towards Sunyani from Accra.
Pictures and videos of her mortal remains started circulating on social media especially Whatsapp and Facebook including when she was taken to the morgue.
Bullet who was talking out of pains said there should be a law to arrest people who take photos of the dead and circulate around.
The manager said it is improper for pictures and videos of the mortal remains of any celebrity to be circulating on social media.
“Whatever you do to anybody can be done to you because of Karma. How you are judging people, God will judge you the same way” he cautioned.
He said further that as humans we should think that there are a lot of people involved in this and it is so sad to hear some of the things that they are saying.
“As Ghanaians we pride ourselves that Ghana is a Christian country and the bible says we should not judge anybody” he said.