Multiple award-winning Ghanaian musician, Stonebwoy has expressed profound gratitude to Black Stars legend, Asamoah Gyan for paying his surgery bills seven years ago. The reggae-dancehall superstar revealed that the former Ghana captain came through for him at the lowest point of his life.
Stonebwoy, known in real life as Livingstone Etse Satekla, had lost his mother five months earlier.
In a post on social media, the talented musician thanked Gyan as he reminisced on those tough times.
“Asamoah Gyan you came through for me around this same time 7 years on. you decided to take my surgery cost, I’m forever Grateful,” he wrote on Twitter. Gyan reacted with surprise that it was already seven years since then. He wrote in response: “Oh woooow. 7 years already? I’m happy to be part of this. It’s all from the heart.”
The conversation continued with Stonebwoy appreciating the timely intervention of the semi-retired footballer.
“Time flies but I can never forget. 5months after the passing of my mum.” Gyan and Stonebwoy went on to release a hit record, Enemies, which topped charts in Ghana. The Black Stars legend is yet to announce his formal retirement from the game after two successful decades. Gyan on his worst moment.
Source: Sports Brief News