‘Aboa Ba’ – Big Akwes Fires Lilwin For Not Attending Bill Asamoah’s Mother’s Funeral

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Highly opinionated and fearless Kumawood actor, Big Akwes, has fired Lilwin once again for refusing to attend Bill Asamoah’s late mother’s funeral which came off last Saturday.

According to Big Akwes in a video that is fast trending on the internet, he warned Lilwin not to attend the funeral if he has intentions of spraying money on the sympathizers who will be attending the funeral because such gutter behavior will ruin the funeral ceremony.

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Big Akwes who has a long-standing beef with Lilwin also added that the boss of Weezy Empire is an evil person who shouldn’t be entertained by Ghanaians.

He further recounted how Bill Asamoah stormed Lilwin‘s father’s funeral about 5 years ago but he failed to reciprocate the love Bill showed to him because of his ungratefulness.

Big Akwes who has confessed that he has special spiritual protection also bragged that he has been able to cage Lilwin, reason the rate he used to fool around some time ago has drastically declined.

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Whiles ending his submissions on why Lilwin failed to attend the funeral, he additionally threatened to beat Lilwin if he ever attends the funeral of any movie star and refuses to comport himself as a sensible human being.

The comic actor also entreated Ghanaians not to accept any form of apology from Lilwin if he comes out to beg for forgiveness for not attending Bill Asamaoh’s mother’s funeral.

Kindly check out the video below to know more…


This post was published on October 4, 2021 1:01 PM

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