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Lil Win drops Diss song, blast Ghanaians for causing his accident

Lamine Yamal 2 weeks ago 0

Social media users have harshly criticized comic actor Kwadwo Nkansah Lil Win after he released a new song following his recent accident.

In the song, Lilwin thanks God for saving his life, a sentiment that many netizens found distasteful given that he is accused of causing the death of a 3-year-old boy through reckless driving in the same accident.

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What infuriated people even more was his claim that some individuals in the country want his downfall.

Lilwin sang that some Ghanaians wanted him to die, but God saved him. He also asserted that people are actively trying to bring him down.

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This enraged netizens, who condemned him for acting recklessly and then shifting the blame onto others instead of taking responsibility.

“Typical Blackman, always thinking someone wants his downfall. Now who else saw how he acted like he was in pain after getting the strength to sing? Bear in mind this is just a video, meaning he had the strength to write and sing the original verse. Nobody hates you, waii,” one netizen wrote.

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Watch his video below;

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