- Asamoah Gyan’s latest post indicates that he is unhappy with the 'Pull Him Down' attitude of Africans
-He posted a photo that supposedly depicts how the black man often brings down his brother
- Asamoah Gyan's recent success in life involves the acquisition of a new airline called ‘Baby Jet Airlines’ which is expected to start running by the end of this year
Asamoah Gyan, the captain of the senior national team, Black Stars, seems to be silently battling with a “Pull Him Down” syndrome.
Asamoah Gyan posted an image on his Instagram page which suggests that all might not be well with the skilled footballer.
In the post sighted by YEN.com.gh, Asamoah Gyan uses the illustration of two pairs of men from different races to compare support and non-support between African and non-Africans.
One man from each side climbs a tree while the other two stood behind them with one pushing the other one to the top of the tree but the other man tries to pull his contemporary down.
And as the illustration indicates, the black man is the one pulling his ‘brother’ down while the white man pushes his ‘brother up to the top.
The Black Stars Captain’s caption on this picture indicates that he really finds this ‘Pull Him Down’ syndrome disheartening.
From this illustration, YEN.com.gh cannot tell if Asamoah Gyan is experiencing this from his close friends, Ghanaians or Africans at large.
Undoubtedly, he has had a sweet-sour treatment from Ghanaians and this has got to his performance as footballer and personality.
It is no secret that Ghanaians have not spared him when he performs poorly in a match. The worst of them all is the penalty kick he lost in 2006, during the World Cup match.
Nevertherless, Asamoah Gyan has been hailed on the many occasions that he pleased Ghanaians.
He has been rated as the richest footballer in Africa and also among the 10 richest in the world.
Asamoah Gyan has acquired an airline called Baby Jet Airlines which is expected to start operating by the end of this year.
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