- Emmanuel Apraku, also known as Ray Styles, who received a massive donation from Ghanaians has thanked everyone in a new video
- He also used the opportunity to beseech everyone who thought their monies went into a fake account bearing the name, Kojo Bediako, to rest assured that it is genuine
- Sadly, as Ray Styles was still speaking in the video, he indicated that he was getting out of breath and needed to, therefore, cut his words short
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Emmanuel Apraku, popularly known as Ray Styles has released a video thanking Ghanaians for their massive support and donations made to help him.
This comes on the back of a recent report that hit social media regarding Ray Styles' liver disease by reason of which he needed urgent financial support.
The budget for the medical procedure that would be undertaken on him was $55,000 but in less than two days, over $70,000 was raised on GoFundMe alone.
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Watch Emmanuel Apraku speak below:
The renowned Ghanaian artist expressed profound gratitude to everyone who contributed their widow's mite to see him get better and also used the opportunity to ask individuals requesting for their monies to kindly desist from it.
According to Ray Styles, it had been rumoured that a GoFundMe account that bears the name Kojo Bediako was fake, which made many regret sending funds through it.
The artist categorically stated that the account was not fake and Kojo Bediako is actually a member of his team.
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Sadly, as Ray Styles was still speaking in the video, he indicated that he was getting out of breath and needed to, therefore, cut his words short.
It is hoped and prayed that the talented artist gets well soon.
Meanwhile, YEN.com.gh also reported that Adeline Ama Buabeng, a popular Ghanaian veteran actress who is better known as Aunty Ama has revealed that most of the people she was kind to many years ago have neglected her in her days of trouble.
In an interview on ZionFelix Entertainment News's Uncut show, Aunty Ama indicated that she trained well-known actors like Akrobeto, Agya Koo, Mercy Asiedu and others.
According to her, out of the scores of people, only Akrobeto, whose real name is Akwasi Boadi, still remembers her and extends a helping hand to her.
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