- Emmanuel Apraku, popularly known as Ray Styles has received massive support from Ghanaians on social media
- In less than 24 hrs after a GoFundMe campaign was launched, the super-talented artiste received nearly $50,000 which is about GHc 288k
- Emmanuel has been suffering from a liver disease for a while now
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Popular Ghanaian creative, Emmanuel Apraku of PenciledCelebrities, also known as, Ray Styles has been diagnosed with liver disease has been in critical condition.
News of his sickness emerged on social media and has received massive support from celebrities, Ghanaians and social media users in general.
In less than 24 hours after a GoFundMe campaign was launched for the young creative, over $50,000 (GHc 288k) was generated from well-wishers.
A quick search conducted by YEN.com.gh shows that celebrities and popular icons including Lexis Bill, Lucy Quist and Rebecca Akufo-Addo have all given to the course of the creative.
It is indicated that Emmanuel needed $55,000 to support his treatment but the rate at which the funds are coming in, the creative will have surely have more than that to sufficiently support other aspects of his life.
A different means of supporting the super-talented artist is via the MoMo number 0244706308 bearing the account name, Joana Otchere-Debrah.
See Lexis Bill's post below:
See Lucy Quist's post below:
In a separate report, talented Ghanaian barber identified on Twitter as Andisbarber1's work has gone viral after drawing Sarkodie's image in his fan's hair.
1n photos sighted by YEN.com.gh on the barber's personal handle, Andisbarber1 could be seen exhibiting all seriousness as he poured out his full measure of creativity into the art.
A popular image of the renowned Ghanaian rapper was used as the sample to create the hair image which also bore the words, 'The Highest', an accolade known of Sarkodie.
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