YOLO cast allegedly neglects seriously ill ‘Drogba’..?

By Majesty 2 Min Read

Due to his popularity from the television series YOLO, actor John Bredu Peasah, often known as “Drogba,” has been making waves on social media by pleading for help in his fight against demyelinating illness.

On his own Instagram account, the actor revealed his diagnosis of demyelinating illness, sharing his health problems over the past few years.

After learning that her brother had a demyelinating disease, Hannah Mensah—the sister of well-known actor John Peasah, better known as Drogba from the YOLO series—shares information on her brother’s Health Struggles.

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During a scene shot for the last season of YOLO, Drogba’s health problems began. They included double vision and light sensitivity, which prevented him from being around bright lights or flashing ones.

Hannah provided details about Drogba’s present state of health, revealing that he is still restricted to his house and receiving regular medical care.

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In order to determine the underlying reason of his symptoms, medical specialists have performed tests, such as extractions of eye fluid; the findings are still pending.

Drogba has been receiving therapy for the past 2.5 years, but fans and the general public are surprised and concerned about the lack of public support from his fellow cast members, such as Aaron Adatsi (Cyril), Quuenstar Anaafi (Emily), Makafui Fella (Serwaa), and others.

A demyelinating disease, according to the Mayo Clinic, is any illness that damages the sheath that encases the nerve fibres in a person’s brain, including the nerves that supply the eyes and spinal cord.

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