- Ray Style’s fiancée, Felicia Omari, has spoken after his sad death
- She wrote that though they prayed and the world prayed with them, Ray Styles still died
- Felicia says Ray Styles will forever be in her heart
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Felicia Omari, the fiancée of Emmanuel Apraku, popularly known as Ray Styles of Pencil Celebrities artwork, has spoken after his sad death.
In a post on Facebook, Felicia penned down a heart-wrenching message that is sure to break the hearts of Ghanaians.
She revealed that they prayed really hard about Ray Style’s condition before it even became public for the world to join in praying with them. Yet, he died sadly.
She wrote again that she needed him, and the world needed him too, but still, death took him away from her and everyone.
Felicia wished Ray Styles a peaceful death till they meet again when she wrote: “Rest well my love until we meet again”.
She also wrote that Ray Styles will forever be in her heart. Her post was accompanied by a beautiful photo of them which has her dressed in a yellow outfit.
It appears Felicia deleted the post soon after she made it, however, YEN.com.gh already obtained a screenshot.
Ray Style’s death shocked the whole of Ghana and people received the news with great sadness.
He died in Indian, where he had been flown to for a liver and kidney operation. Ray Styles died on October 1, 2020.
YEN.com.gh published his final words before kicking the bucket after suffering so much pain. In the WhatsApp chat, Ray showed that he really was desperate to recover from his ailment and live life again, however, he could not survive.
We also published the very last video Ray recorded of himself to thank Ghanaians after funds were raised for him to embark on his trip abroad for the surgery.
While struggling to speak, he paused and said: “I am running out of breath”, ending his speech abruptly.
May God grant Felicia and the entire family of the deceased the strength they need to endure this trying time.
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