Kumawood poster boy, Kwadwo Nkansah, known affectionately as Lilwin, has said a lot of Ghanaians are not in favour of his astronomical rise and the space he occupies amongst the elites hence want his downfall.
Speaking in an interview with ZionFelix on the ‘Uncut’ Show, Lilwin said most Ghanaians cannot wait to see him wallowing in misery, adding these people wish he will be poor in life.
However, the actor and musician believes the God he serves will protect them from all their evil machinations. He stressed that God will continue to bless whatever he touches. Lilwin talked about how some people accused him falsely after one of his school buses had an accident. He stated that people want to defame him because of his popularity.
While they are trying to link accidental situations to ‘sakawa’, the owner of Great Minds International School added that they are doing that because of his status in society.
The actor was recently in the news during the time Funny Face was having his turbulent moment. Recall that Lilwin subtly reacted to Funny Face’s arrest and all the drama that followed. Lilwin and Funny Face have been beefing for months now so it’s obvious that his reaction to that trending story will be captured by the microscopic lenses of bloggers.
On Tuesday morning, Funny Face amidst uncontrollable tears recounted how police officers allegedly beat him with handcuffs and hit his tummy with the butts of their guns. Funny Face further revealed he was dragged on the floor and treated like a commoner.
Later in the day, the video to that effect popped up on social media which drew bouts from empathy for the Children’s President as they condemned the way the police handled the situation. Meanwhile, a lot of celebs like Van Vicker and Akua GMB have all added their voices to the issue.
Lilwin never said anything actually but shared the same video on his platform for reasons best known, despite the animosity he has with Funny Face.