Fury has greeted the girls on social media parading themselves as the right ones to replace Ebony with many Ghanaians angered by the antics.

A number of videos of ladies performing songs of dancehall act Ebony have emerged on the internet as they claim they will be the perfect fit to place the dancehall artiste who died last week.

According to the ladies, they were fit to replace the award-winning musician who died in a car crash.

The ladies were seen performing different songs of the “Date Ur Fada” hitmaker including “Hustle” and “Maame Hwe”.

According to one of the ladies, even though she was heartbroken over the death of the musician, it was her wish to replace the “Poison” song maker.

She told Ghanaians to be rest-assured of receiving the same stage performances and songs Ebony gave many of her fans.

Two of the ladies had a striking resemblance with the late musician but did not possess the same vocal abilities as the “Kupe” singer.

The singer was returning from Sunyani after a visit when she was involved in the car accident.

Ebony died alongside her childhood friend, Franklina Nkansah and air force official, Francis Atsu Vondee.

After her death, many issues have come up, one being a prophetess by name Akosua Yeboah claiming she would be able to bring the singer back from death.

She was known in real life as Priscilla Opoku-Kwarteng was born on February 16, 1997.

Priscilla Opoku-Kwarteng was a Ghanaian dancehall artist widely known for her hit songs "Poison" and "Kupe", she was discovered by Bullet, a member of Ruff n Smooth fame.

This is how some social media users reacted to the videos:

-The young ladies assured Ghanaians of taking over from where Ebony left off

A number of videos of ladies performing songs of dancehall act Ebony have emerged on the internet. According to the ladies, they were fit to replace the award-winning musician who died in a car crash.

Emergence of Ebony 'wannabes' cause stir on social media as they promise to replace the musician

The ladies were seen performing different songs of the “Date Ur Fada” hitmaker including “Hustle” and “Maame Hwe”.

According to one of the ladies, even though she was heartbroken over the death of the musician, it was her wish to replace the “Poison” song maker.

She told Ghanaians to be rest-assured of receiving the same stage performances and songs Ebony gave many of her fans.

Two of the ladies had a striking resemblance with the late musician but did not possess the same vocal abilities as the “Kupe” singer.

The singer was returning from Sunyani after a visit when she was involved in the car accident.

 Ebony died alongside her childhood friend, Franklina Nkansah and air force official, Francis Atsu Vondee.

After her death, many issues have come up, one being a prophetess by name Akosua Yeboah claiming she would be able to bring the singer back from death. Source: Yen.com.gh