7 July 2014

Ghana - Asamoah Gyan Escapes a Fatal Accident On Holiday Boat

Photo: Castro/Instagram
Theopihlus Tagoe.

According to numerous reports reaching us, Asamoah Gyan got away unharmed Sunday in a serious boating accident with several of his friends. The Black Stars striker returned from Brazil after the World Cup benefited from holidays on the Volta Lake with several of his friends.

According to Citi 97.3, a local radio station, Gyan and 30 of his friends have borrowed jet skis for a ride on the Volta while the yacht usually borrowed the Ghanaian star was unavailable. Obviously, things have gone awry and several vehicles sank. Later, we found Castro, a longtime friend of Gyan, drowned, along with one of his female friends.

BREAKING: Hiplife Musician Castro Dead http://t.co/zh7XgcZjPK #CitiNews

-- 97.3 Citi FM (@Citi973) July 6, 2014

Theophilus Tagoe alias Castro, a Ghanaian musician and Gyan have been friends for over 10 years and share a common passion for music. They are especially seen collaborating on several songs. And Castro manages the musical structure of Gyan, Baby Jet promotions while the soccer star concatenates goals on pitches.

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