Singer Ebony has seemingly declined to apologise to the president of the Musicians Union of Ghana (MUSIGA) after she accused him of stealing monies belonging to the Union.
Bice Osei Kuffour (Obour) commenting on Ebony’s alleged indecent dressing noted that while he will condemn her choice of clothes, the general public should also be circumspect in their attacks on the singer.
Ebony responded by asking Obour whether stealing monies belonging to musicians was part of the Ghanaian culture. Artiste manager, Bulldog, after the singer’s reaction, called on her to render an unqualified apology to the MUSIGA president for unduly attacking him.
However, speaking in an interview with JoyNews’ Doreen Avio, Ebony brushed Bulldog off and insisted that Obour understands.
She said “first of all, Bulldog should forget himself, I don’t really want to touch on the Obour issue, he is my uncle, he is my father, me and him, it’s between both of us, so there it goes, we leave it there, he is my papa, he understands.”
Meanwhile, attempts to get the hottest female artiste to dress decently might never materialise.
“Ghanaians should just accept what I bring, I don’t know what exactly I am going to be changing to, but as you can see, if I change you all will see but if I don’t, get stuck to it,” she said.