[dropcap]G[/dropcap]hanaian international footballer, Asamoah Gyan pours dusts in the eyes of Ghanaians particularly the family of Castro saying he can’t be blamed for his death or disappearance.
In his recent interview on the ‘Delay Show’, the talented goal scorer said that he doesn’t feel responsible for the disappearance of Castro in anyway.
He was careful to say his friend the musician is dead but it has become very evident that Castro is dead and not disappeared.
[ads1]“If his songs are played I remember him very much and I get emotional. He really sharpened by musical career. I am emotionally moved by his music and dance to his tracks but I get worried when the songs are played. I really don’t feel responsible for his death, I can’t be blamed for his death” he sadly said
“We cannot confirm it right now because the body has not yet been found but we were there and we know what happened so we just waiting for the traditional authorities, they said seven years. Every time we are playing his song or cracking jokes, we really miss this guy a lot”. He revealed.