Ghana captain Asamoah Gyan says claims that he killed his friend and Ghanaian rapper Castro as part of a ritual sacrifice are "wild and absurd". They disappeared while using jet skis on holiday with former Sunderland striker Gyan's family in the Ghanaian coastal town of Ada. Castro and Bandu were last seen heading towards the ocean on a jet ski and were presumed drowned. No bodies were recovered and rumours continued to circulate this month when Gyan's brother, Baffour Gyan, was alleged to have been part of a gang which attacked a journalist who had asked the player about the rumours. The assault charges on Baffour Gyan have now been dropped. The speculation prompted year-old Gyan, who joined United Arab Emirates side Al-Ain in , to hold a press conference. His lawyer Kissi Agyabeng said the family had been "dismayed" and had remained silent until now as they did not want to interfere with police investigations.
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Born in as Miguel Tyndale, the young actor-turned-rapper carries a sunny disposition wherever he goes. He describes Toronto as unique because of feeder towns and high-fashion. You guys all get together in one place and you guys just get fucking lit. Noisey: When did you decide that you wanted to go into music? Like I was really thinking, what chance do you have? Did Casey have a lot of fans? He had a lot of fans but he was rapping and also doing school, right. And the way it was in our house, that school shit comes first, his mom did not give a fuck about music. If you want the music to come first, you wanna rap and do all that stuff, make sure the grades are there.
He began rapping in under the name Castro Saint,  a moniker he kept until In his first spell in music, Castro made no music videos. During this period he produced, penned, and recorded tracks such as "Adolescence", "C from T", and "Drugs", which he based on his experiences of growing up in the streets of Tottenham and selling drugs. Castro stopped rapping in to pursue business ventures and run his pharmaceuticals business. A bootleg collection of tracks recorded during this period was distributed on the internet enabling Castro's music output to remain accessible. The rapper is typically seen in a Dead Team 'Face' hoodie, red beanie, and red vans in his music videos, merchandise, promotional materials, and during his performances  . In he adopted two additional silicone face masks to his stage persona. He is first seen wearing the second mask in his fleeting appearance in the "Simon" music video. He wears this mask in the "" music video.