Kumawood actor Lil Win makes fans laugh with a review video he shared
It was selected from one scene in his many hilarious movies
In the video, the actor just met an English-speaking stranger and could not understand her.
Lil Wayne asks the stranger to speak Twi , And even tried to spell the word "TWI" to her , but he couldn't even get it correctly.
Popular Kumawood actor Kojo Nkansah, Lil Win, made fans laugh out loud with a comeback video he shared. The video is a scene from one of his many comedic Kumawood films. In this scene, a woman, who happens to be a foreigner in this locality, approaches him and tells him in English that she is looking for a certain Mr. Sarkodie.
However, unable to properly understand the language and what the woman wanted, Lil Win begged her to speak in Twi. The woman didn't speak Twi at first and Lil Win begged her again when he tried to spell the word Twi for her.
“Ohhhhh, don’t you understand Twi, I beg you, let us speak Twi. Yes, Twi, “teweeeee”, Lil Win pleaded. Finally, the lady agreed to speak in Twi and the actor thanked God for taking his problem away.
The video has drawn a lot of reactions from fans with comments featuring smiling emojis.
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