I Spent My Money To Feed Lil Win When He First Started And Had Nothing — Kwaku Manu


The simmering beef between two of Kumawood’s funniest actors, Lil Win and Kwaku Manu, is far from over.

Kwaku Manu has been speaking up more on the issue, and cannot fathom how someone like Lil Win can turn on him despite all he has done to help his career.

Kwaku Manu spoke wth Big Akwes on Thunder TV and said at the start of Lil Win’s career, he fed and clothed him so he’s shocked he has turn around to repay him in this manner.

The actor said he believes the attack from the ‘Mama Boss Papa’ hitmaker is because he (Kwaku Manu) danced to ‘One Corner’ at a time Lil Win felt he was at odds with Patapaa.

The two are currently at loggerheads. Lil Win’s so-called ‘fetish priest’ and music partner, Top Kay, recently released a song tearing into Kumawoo and many of its stars including Kwaku Manu, who he claims is finding things hard financially.

Kwaku Manu angrily responded in a now viral Instagram video, tearing into Lil Win and warning him to get rid of his fetish priest or face the wrath of God.

On Thunder TV, he continued his tirades against Kojo Nkansah with Big Akwes.

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