The family of Lady Gaga’s dog walker have sent their thanks to the singer for showing “nothing but non-stop love and concern” after he was shot four times in the chest.Embed from Getty Images
Ryan Fischer, 30, was out strolling the diagram besting pop star’s darling French bulldogs Koji, Miss Asia, and Gustavo in West Hollywood on Wednesday night (24.02.21) when he was assaulted by two men, who shot him multiple times in the chest prior to grabbing two of the three canines.
The canine walker was raced to emergency clinic, where he presently said to be in a steady condition, and on Friday (26.02.21) his family sent their sincere gratitude to Gaga – who is as of now in Italy and had left Ryan to care for her pooches – for connecting with offer her help to them in the midst of the alarming assault.
Ryan’s family told TMZ: “Ryan is accepting unprecedented consideration in the medical clinic at this moment and his primary care physicians anticipate that he should make a full recuperation. We can’t in any way, shape or form say enough to thank the entirety of the specialists on call, medical attendants and specialists who have worked so enthusiastically to really focus on Ryan.
“Of course, we also want to thank Lady Gaga who has shown nothing but non-stop love and concern for Ryan and our family right from the outset. Ryan loves Gustavo and Koji as much as Lady Gaga does; so we join in her plea for their safe return.”
Following the incident, Ryan’s assailants made off with Koji and Gustavo, whilst Miss Asia fled the scene and was later recovered by police and returned to one of Gaga’s bodyguards.
The ‘Shallow’ hitmaker is now offering $500,000 in exchange for her dogs to be returned to her unharmed, as a representative for the star said this week she will give the money “to anyone who has her dogs, no questions asked”.