Talented Ghanaian comedian, movie star, mid-fielder and educationist, Kwadwo Nkansah LilWin is aggrieved by the continuous sabotage of the entertainment industry but the stakeholders themselves.
Kwadwo Nkansah, known as LilWin, has said that the nation can not boast of 100 stars in the arts industry, but, unfortunately, there is always confusion now and then.
The Kumawood actor opined that some artists go on social media platforms to disgrace, denigrate, insult, spew lies, cast insinuations on their fellow artists without any cause to bring their targets down.
In an interview on Anigye Mere with Onua FM’s Christian Agyei Frimpong, LilWin criticised and warned those in the arts industry who go round the various media enclaves to do all manner of things to tarnish the image of the handful stars we have to desist from that uncivilised behaviour.
He also commented that the best way to go forward is to concentrate on their God-given talent and crave to raise the peak.
“God gave me a talent, and l utilised it very well to the benefit of the society. Hence I moved to movies, education and am now a footballer. And I will become a star in football too. When you compare our neighbouring Nigeria to Ghana, we can not boast of one hundred stars in our arts industry.”
LilWin concluded that for Ghanaians to get more stars, the coming up in the industry must stop the petty squabbles. He also advised them to humble themselves and learn from the few legends.