- The last video Ray Styles recorded before his death is trending
- The video shows the talented fallen soldier addressing Ghanaians with much difficulty in speaking
- He thanked Ghanaians profusely for supporting him and struggled to say: "Thank you, thank you, thank you, I love you"
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A video of Ray Styles addressing Ghanaians not long before his sad death has surfaced on the internet.
He recorded the video to mainly thank Ghanaians for contributing toward his liver and kidney surgery.
In the video, Ray addressed an issue that a Go-Fund-Me account created by one Owusu Bediako was fake.
According to him, contrary to the reports that the account was fake, it is actually not, revealing that Bediako was one of his three-team-member on the Pencil Celebrity project.
Ray Styles explained that Bediako lived in the USA, while he and the other member lived and worked in Ghana.
He spoke with much difficulty and one could see the pain in his voice and face as he did so.
Along the line, he paused for a brief moment and thanked Ghanaians for supporting him to raise funds for his surgery.
He added that he was aware that everyone wanted to see him back to normal life and going back to work with the talent that God deposited in him.
“I know you want to see me back to continue with the work that God gave me. Thank you,” Ray Styles said.
He then revealed that he was running out of breath and needed to stop talking. Yet, he managed to say again: “Thank you, thank you, thank you, God bless you. I love you.”
Sadly, the young star could not survive his surgery at the Apollo Hospital in New Delhi, India, where he has been flown to over his kidney and liver disease.
He died on October 1, 2020, leaving Ghanaians in shock and heartbroken.
YEN.com.gh earlier published Ray Style's last words before dying in his hospital bed in India.
May God grant his family the strength needed to endure these bad times.
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