On-air-personality and comedienne, Afia Schwarzenegger has charged at the CEO of Zylofon Media, Nana Appiah Mensah over his recent statement saying that he was trying to be popular over the death of Dancehall act, Ebony Reigns.
Nana Appiah Mensah caused a stir on social media last Saturday with his latest post in the aftermath of Ebony's tragic accident.
In a somewhat controversial tribute to Ebony, Nana Appiah suggested the late musician had wanted to be free from someone and urged the Zylofon Media CEO to make that possible by paying her bail out.
"We had a fruitful meeting and reached an agreement just last Tuesday”, his post stated while expressing "deepest condolences to the friends, family & Ghana. My deepest sympathies for the loss of a friend, pretty daughter and a proud citizen. Even in the dark, you're indisputably still one of Ghana and Africa's best of all times. We at Zylofon media, our hearts continue to ache terribly, as the anticipation for a colourful joyous welcome would now be grounded on void…”
Nana Appiah's post, which has been taken to mean that Zylofon was about to snatch Ebony from her current manager, Bullet, has received a lot of condemnation from a section of the general public for his post which had been deemed as insensitive.
Sharing her thoughts on Nana Appiah's claims, Afia Schwarzenegger has lambasted him for his 'pointless' post
"There was no point in what you wrote. There was no point in trying to be popular in someone's death. If we all find a "Bullet" in our lives, our careers would have been better", she posted on Instagram. According to the comedienne, it was immature of the Zylofon boss to have released such information because if Nana Hemaa (Ebony) had wanted to "tell the whole world about her terms with her boss...she would have done so through radio".
Ebony died in a tragic accident on the Sunyani-Kumasi Highway on Thursday, February 8. Afia Schwarzenegger is known to have been close to the 20-year-old.