spoke with her about what to expect, how she got involved and the response from President-elect Donald Trump.
Celebrities, including Janelle Monáe, Maxwell, Zendaya, MC Lyte, Rakim, Questlove and others are also expected to lend their talents, an irony considering the number who turned down opportunities to appear at the inauguration. Mallory is one four national co-chairs for the event.
She’s a nationally recognized social justice advocate and the former executive director of the National Action Network.
“I have seen videos and heard audios of some people and prophets after the death of my girl people have a little heart and stop judging her.kaywa saw this long time and did a lot of directions and prayers for us.i have chats with prophets who also saw this did what we could but God knows best!
” Bullet shared some personal Whats App chats he had with Ebony as well as some chats from the management team’s platform to show that indeed they did not rest on their oars so far as the ‘death prophecies’ were concerned.
Two days later, I got a call from Vanesa Wruble, one of the national organizers of the march.
She put her in touch with Bob Blair, now my fellow co-chair, who wanted to talk to my colleague, Carmen Perez, who is Mexican-American and myself in order to ensure that women of color were represented and involved in the conversation. How did you end up working with Carmen Perez, Linda Sarsour and Bob Bland on this event?Manager of the late sensational singer, Ebony Reigns has finally broken his silence after the tragic death of the musician Thursday evening.The CEO of Ruff Town Records/Midas Touch Inc., Bullet who is known in real life as Ricky Nana Agyemang, refuted claims that the artiste and her management team ignored several prophecies about her death.According to him the artiste and her team diligently followed directions given them by renowned sound engineer, Kaywa who was one of several people to predict the tragedy.Kaywa also prayed for them all in an effort to cancel the ‘prophecies of doom’ about the “Maame Hw3” hitmaker.Some video and audio recordings have gone viral on various social media platforms revealing how many pastors predicted the death of the singer in 2017 with some asking her to change her ways and others urging her to get serious men of God to pray for her.