Top 7 emotional reactions from Ghanaians as funeral details of Ray Styles surface online

Top 7 emotional reactions from Ghanaians as funeral details of Ray Styles surface online

Emmanuel Apraku, a famous Ghanaian artist popularly known as Ray Styles, who worked under the brand Penciled Celebrities' funeral details have warranted massive emotional reactions.

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Ray Styles gave up the ghost at 32 years old due to a chronic liver disease he suffered from.

The budget for the medical procedure that was undertaken on him was $55,000 but in less than two days, over $70,000 had been for him on GoFundMe alone, mostly by Ghanaians before the untimely demise.

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Many people could not hold back their emotional words when the details of Ray Styles' funeral were shared online.

Nana Ama Tutua Walker told Emmanuel he truly fought a good fight and deserved to rest on as a gallant soldier.

Benjamin Terkper mentioned how difficult it is for him to accept Ray Styles' demise but was quick to add that God knows best.

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Sylvester Darku, who appears to have known Emmanuel personally narrated how big a blow it was for him to come to terms with the fact that Ray was gone forever.

Mercie Abochie Mensah asked the Lord to keep Emmanuel Apraku and grant him eternal rest.

Kwame Abed was so moved by Ray Styles' story that he asked the team of Pencilled Celebrities to make his funeral brochure available as a pdf for the public.

Alhaji Jossy encouraged himself with the powerful words that Ray has only gone to rest and is not actually dead.

According to Oheneba Michael, Ray had been on his mind for a long time.

Top 7 emotional reactions from Ghanaians after funeral details of Ray Styles surfaced online

Top 7 emotional reactions from Ghanaians after funeral details of Ray Styles surfaced online Source: Facebook, Ray Styles Studios
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In a separate report, Daniel Duncan-Williams, the lastborn of renowned Ghanaian Archbishop Nicholas Duncan-Williams, has advised the youth to desist from drugs.

In a post sighted by YEN.com.gh on his personal Twitter handle Papi Shilo identified with @Deewillslive, the gentleman indicated that he is proof that drugs can mess up one's life.

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Mentioning his own name, Daniel admitted that illicit drugs had destroyed his personal life and affected the ones he cares most dearly about.

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