He stated that, lil Wayne always use juju at the expense of other actors in the movie Industry shooting his works to an altitude.
"Lilwayne is so evil that, there was a time when he got to a ceremony, seeing Agya Koo singing intentionally stood to park his car just right at the scene which rendered the program disrupted and Agya Koo had to put down the microphone", Big Akwes revealed and for that reason, he tagged lilwayne as evil and never want the rise of the other.
He added that, no love exist in the movie Industry and lilwayne's actions depict discomfort whenever he sees his colleague making it.
He further explained that, it will be hard for him to use his juju on other actors like, Akrobeto, Bale Asamoah since they all have themselves protected spiritually.
This statements By Big Akwes has finally revealed why the Ghana movie industry is now in a big snag
Lilwayne chancing upon this video has shown dissatisfaction posting the video on his Instagram page station "Oh Ghana, every day lilwayne, you always mention my name in every statement"
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