Ebony’s nude performance – Together with her team, singer Ebony, known in real life as Priscilla Opoku-Kwarteng have continued to fire back at their critics; regarding her nude performance at the just concluded 4Syte awards.
Ebony who has been a sweetheart in the contemporary music industry recently made the news after a series of nude displays which flooded various social media platforms. The 4Syte Music Video Awards saw amazing performances from different acts who graced the event.
But a particular act which has still got people talking is Ebony’s nude performance. Ebony mounted the stage almost naked and wearing no panties, giving them some indecent view of her nakedness.
This had sparked a lot of criticisms and people gospel musician Celestine Donkor did not mince words with the singer as they tried to call her to order.
But Ebony’s manager Ricky Nana Agyemang has replied Celestine Donkor as well as other stakeholders who have had one or two negative things to say about the performance.
Ricky, popularly called ‘Bullet’ says that Ebony’s brand is an international brand and musicians including some critics needed to cope with her style.
Bullet compared his client’s style to that of international acts like Beyonce and Rihanna adding that her brand is not the local type. Ebony he said, is not the first artist and would certainly not be the last artist to expose herself.
Responding to the criticisms that followed Ebony’s nude performance, the artist’s manager further said that Ghanaians are just misunderstanding the brand Ebony is building.
Ebony Was Not Completely Naked – Manager
Speaking about the nude video performance, Ricky Agyemang said that someone at the event intentionally zoomed in on her private area just to make news and disgrace Ebony.
He stated that the artist was not completely naked as she was wearing something underneath her dress, but that something pushed her for the small part of the nakedness to show.
The 90’s bad girl he said did not go to the event with the intention of showing her pubic hair to the audience. But unfortunately, she was zoomed in during her performance by some and captured blurry images of her private parts.
Celestine Donkor had written an open letter to the dance hall and afrobeat artiste to advise her on how she dresses. In the letter she posted on Facebook, Celestine commended Ebony for her talent and style but advised her to be decent in her dressing.