Over the week there has been a banter between some Kumawood actors concerning happenings among some of the actors. Big Akwes in series of interviews has leveled some allegations against Kwadwo Nkansah Lilwin and his camp wezzy Empire. According to Big Akwes Lilwin is part of the reasons why the Kumawood movie industry is no more relevant.
He also made claims that, During the Burial of Kumawood Actor Agya Manu, whiles Agya Koo was performing Lilwin drove in with his car to park in front of Agya Koo and disrupted the performance, and the funeral which made Agya Koo stop his performance and left the stage. Above it all Big Akwes alleged that, Lilwin after disrupting the event threw money in the air and drove off.
Now new allegations Big Akwes has made against Lilwin has got many wondering. Over the week Actor Bill Asamoah buried his mother in the Ashanti Region. According to Big Akwes most of the Kumawood Actors showed up but Lilwin didn’t show up. According to him, Lilwin has issues with almost every actor in the movie industry including Bill Asamoah that’s why he Lilwin refused to show up at the funeral.
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