It is indeed necessary to become a celebrity in Ghana or anywhere else. Not only must you work hard and have the ability to keep pace with the times, but you must also have "tough skin" to deal with many criticisms and comments made in your way. This is the case with Lilwin, a famous actor from Kumawood, whose family portraits are being reviewed by Ghanaians.
Akrobeto also expressed his views on the whole issue. Akwasi Boadi (commonly known as Akrobeto), who hosted the "Real News" program, reported on the case. He suggested that Lilwin shouldn't have a DNA test. Akrobeto explained that men admit that they sometimes do not possess attractive qualities, so they strive to get beautiful ladies to marry or have children with them so that their children can acquire these attractive qualities. Akrobeto added that Lilwin is lucky. Your children have obtained these attractive qualities from their mothers. So why are Ghanaians still "dragging" Lilwn on various social media platforms?
Akrobeto concluded that even he, Akrobeto, can tolerate children who do not inherit the shape of his big nose but have sharp noses, so Lilwin can also tolerate children who look better than him. He added that this is not only a waste of money, but it also begins to generate distrust in the family.
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