Entertainment of 2013-12-24

I have no bad intentions against Kwaku Manu - Lilwin speaks

Most popular Ghanaian movie comedian and musician present Kwadjo Nkansah Lilwin has asked fellow actor and comedian Kwaku Manu to dispel rumours or thoughts of bad intentions against him in an interview with Dave Hammer of Hello Fm.

In an interview that saw Kwaku Manu speak of the sudden change of character and behaviour towards him by Kwadjo Nkansah Lilwin although they used to be cool friends, he narrated recent incidence where Lilwin had declined to star in movies in which he (Kwaku Manu) had starred in and Lilwin’s decision not to inform him of the funeral celebrations of his father who recently passed away.

He also recounted a superstitious incidence where he came home to meet a broom turned upside down in water although he did not accuse of Lilwin of that.

In a response to the accusations, Lilwin who was on his way to Kumasi from Accra after Becca’s Girls’ Concert disclosed it was very unfortunate to hear such a story and invoked the gods to kill him if he ever had any evil or bad intentions against Kwaku Manu or any other person.

He disclosed he had been busy with a lot of movies and as result found it very difficult meeting up with Kwaku Manu on the same set.

“You know, I don’t take money from film makers before the movies so that I don’t get bound and can feel free to be on any set that needs me most, that’s why we’ve not met and it’s not intentional. Talking of me not informing him of my father’s funeral as well, my brother was traveling to the States and I knew he couldn’t make it. i even called Agya Koo several times and was on all occasions informed by his assistant Agya will call me but never heard from him so I felt I was disturbing him and stopped.”

Nana Ama McBrown who was in the studio however talked to both parties to remain calm and not accuse each other.