Musician Stonebwoy Shows Gratitude to Asamoah Gyan for Paying his Surgery Bills

Musician Stonebwoy Shows Gratitude to Asamoah Gyan for Paying his Surgery Bills

  • Ghanaian musician Stonebwoy has paid tribute to Ghana legend Asamoah Gyan
  • The singer said the former Black Stars captain paid his hospital and surgery bill
  • Gyan and Stonebwoy have made a song together which topped charts in Ghana

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.

Asamoah Gyan, Stonebwoy, Surgery, Ghana
Stonebwoy has celebrated Asamoah Gyan on the seventh anniversary of paying his hospital bills. Credit: @asamoahgyan3 @stonebwoy
Source: Twitter

In a post on social media, the talented musician thanked Gyan as he reminisced on those tough times.

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"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.

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The 37-year-old spent over a decade with the Black Stars, making his debut for the west African nation at the age of just 17.

Despite holding the record of being Ghana's all-time top scorer, the former Sunderland striker disclosed it was not always rosy.

Stonebwoy thrills fans at World Cup

Sports Brief also reported on Stonebwoy producing an electric performance to excite spectators at the FIFA World Cup Fan Festival in Doha.

The Ghanaian music icon performed some of his hit records as fans jammed throughout the night, ahead of the final two games at the World Cup.

As part of activities to mark the end of a month-long football fiesta, the multiple-award winning singer was billed to entertain fans from various countries.

Source: Sports Brief News