Kwadwo Nkansah LilWin, a talented Ghanaian comedian, movie star, midfielder, and educationist, is dissatisfied with the entertainment industry’s ongoing sabotage perpetrated by the stakeholders themselves.
Kwadwo Nkansah, also known as LilWin, has stated that the country does not have 100 stars in the arts field, but there is always some uncertainty.
The Kumawood actor believes that certain artists use social media platforms to humiliate, disparage, slander, spread lies, and make insinuations on their peers for no reason other than to drag their targets down.
In an interview with Onua FM’s Christian Agyei Frimpong on Anigye Mere, LilWin chastised and advised those in the art business who travel around the various media enclaves doing all sorts of things to ruin the image of the handful of stars we have to stop their uncivilized behavior.
He also stated that the greatest approach to move forward is to focus on their God-given skill and strive to reach the pinnacle.
“God granted me a talent, which I used extremely well for the benefit of society.” As a result, I moved into movies, education, and am now a footballer. And I’m going to be a football superstar as well. When compared to our neighboring Nigeria and Ghana, we do not have a hundred stars in our art business.”
LilWin concluded that in order for Ghanaians to gain more stars, those on the rise in the profession must put aside their petty squabbles. He also counseled them to be humble and to learn from the few legends.
The public have an insatiable curiosity to know everything, except what is worth knowing so I write what’s need to be written. An online critic and sports fanatic with a Degree in Telecommunications Engineering.