Dhat Gyal, who turned into a web-based media sensation a couple of years prior and was believed to be Ghana's next huge thing, has fallen into an existence of misfortune, medications and discouragement.
She as of late revealed to her miserable story in a meeting with OK Fm.
She uncovered that she unfortunately lost her mum at the youthful age of 15 get-togethers was hit by an indiscreet traveler in an auto collision.
From that point forward, she wound up carrying on with a ghetto life and became dependent on weed.
Things took another dismal turn when she began turning into a bit popular because of her stunning tune mashups and covers.
Similarly as her recordings were making her mainstream and the world was readily available, somebody who thought about her antics in the roads made presents on uncover her way of life. This drove her into extreme melancholy and she at last avoided the spotlight.
Her video has genuinely contacted the core of numerous Ghanaians. Her story is dismal to the point that it's difficult to watch it and not feel compassion.
RuffTown Records underwriter and oneself acclaimed Sovereign of Ghana Music, Wendy Shay, has offered to assist Dhat Gyal by delivering a tune with her.
Taking to her web-based media handle, Shay responded to her tragic video.
She expressed: "Crying paying attention to ur story sister. Everything,s going to be okay @dhat_gyal_africa how about we do some music together,"
Help needs to begin from some place and Shay's offer is a beginning.
Ideally others single out that and give her some more assistance.
Dhat Gyal merits a few breaks in life after all that affliction!
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