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God must take away ‘disgraced’ Ebony’s talent – Counselor Lutterodt prays

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Controversial marriage counselor, George Lutterodt has lambasted female dancehall artiste, Priscilla Opoku-Kwarteng aka Ebony Reigns, describing her as a disgraced to womanhood.

The self-styled counselor says the young dancehall singer has absolutely lost her sense of pride and decency to fame.

To him the only way Ebony would regain her sense of dignity is if God takes away her talent and leaves her with nothing.

Speaking in an interview with Kofi TV, counselor Lutterodt insisted that Ebony would have been ostracized if she was living back in the days.

“Ebony is a disgrace to femininity and I’m doubting if her father is still married to her mother.

Music is about the voice so why do you go nude, become naked, go to a beach and you can see that, what you’re doing, if you are normal and have common sense, you won’t do it” , George Lutterodt lamented.

He added that the posture and behavior of Ebony clearly demonstrate that she came out of a broken home, therefore she lost better upbringing. The outspoken counselor called for family members of the dancehall artiste to restore discipline to their daughter since she is heading to a ditch.

He also urged Ebony’s father, Nana Opoku Kwarteng to consider taking another wife if he is currently divorced.

“It is difficult when a man is raising a girl, he may not understand her chemistry, so I think her father should re-marry.

Ebony needs a woman in her life” , he said.

Ebony Reigns has been widely criticized by a section of the public for her top provoking dresses and stage performance, but it appears all advice have fallen into her deaf ears.

The singer recently revealed some еrotic videos shot at the beach suspected to be her upcoming music videos.

Ebony Reigns in several media interviews has maintained that she started wearing skimpy clothes revealing her body parts from her childhood, way before entering the music industry.

 

 

Source: www.yen.com.gh