I Did Not Come To Kill Anybody’s Career – Lil Win Speaks On Ghana @ 60 Concert Party ‘Snub’

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Comic actor Lil Win has refuted reports that Agya Koo deliberately left him out of the group of Kumawood actors who staged a drama during the Ghana @ 60 parade.

Speaking with MzGee on Hitz Fm, Lil Win described the reports as ‘lies’.

Agya Koo had reportedly made sure Lil Win was not part of the production because he did not want to be overshadowed by him.

But Lil Win said he was not in the business to kill anyone’s career.

“Whoever said that lied. We love ourselves in this business because a lot of people paved way for us. If the old folks had not worked hard, where would we have been now? I never came to kill the career of the Agya Koo or Kwaku Manu.” he said.

The performance has also been panned by critics as disgraceful, but Lil Win said Agya Koo  or the other actors could not be blamed for that as they were simply doing what the director wanted.


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