Being a celebrity in Ghana or anywhere else is truly demanding. Not only do you have to be hardworking and have the necessary talent to stay relevant but you also have to have " tough skin" to face the numerous criticisms and mean comments that will come your way.
Kwadwo Nkansah, popularly known as Lilwin took to his social media handle to post a beautiful picture of him with his wife and four children. However, he wasn' t expecting to receive a different array of comments.
Many of the comments were Ghanaians expressing their doubts that Lilwin was the father of the Children especially the last two as they have little resemblance with the popular actor.
Reactions to this issue have been trending for some time now and now colleague Akrobeto is also expressing his view on the whole issue.
Akwasi Boadi, popularly known as Akrobeto, who hosts the Real News Program covered the case. He advised that Lilwin shouldn' t go for the DNA Test.
Akrobeto explained that men acknowledge that they are sometimes not blessed with attractive traits, therefore they strive to get beautiful ladies to marry or bear children with so that their children get those attractive traits.
Akrobeto adds that Lilwin has been lucky and his children have gotten those attractive traits from their mothers, so why are Ghanaians still " dragging" Lilwin on the various social media platforms?
Akrobeto wraps up by stating that even he Akrobeto was able to bear children who didn' t inherit his large nose shape but rather got pointed noses, thus it' s possible for Lilwin also to bear children who are nicer looking than he is. He adds that not only would it be a waste of money but it will start setting mistrust into the family.
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