Kwadwo Nkansa, aka Lil Win, debatably the funniest Ghanaian actor, has debunked reports making the rounds that he was promoting the use of marijuana during his performance at the ‘Ghana Meets Naija’ concert over the weekend, stating emphatically that the reports “are misleading” and do not reflect the true message of the act he put up.
“It is true I said people should grind weed and mix it if you listened to me, I also said people go mad when they smoke wee. I said it can make you hit town and start walking around like a mad person. But I was cut short right in the middle of my act. The whole act was to preach against the use of weed and drugs in general but midway; I was cut short and made to leave the stage when I had not concluded the comedy act; and now people say I was endorsing weed. It is not fair,” Lil Win explained.
He called on his fans and Ghanaians in general to disregard the negative reports making the rounds about him and rather judge him by his reputation over the years.
“I don’t, smoke weed and I don’t deal in drugs so why would anyone believe or even think I would go on such a big stage to promote the use of drugs? I can’t disrespect MTN or my fans or the organizers of the show. I feel sorry and sad my comedy act was cut short so my message did not come out but I was not promoting weed,” Lil Win bemoaned.
The movie star and comedian explained further, “What I had in the plastic bag was not weed but rather talcum powder, pepper and leaves. I mentioned weed because I wanted to explain to the audience the dangers of using drugs. There is no way I would stand on such a big platform to promote drug abuse. I am a good ambassador of a reputable company and not a promoter of narcotic drug.
During the ‘Ghana Meets Naija’ concert, Lil Win and hip life artiste Guru put up a mega performance that electrified the auditorium. The former, known for his special dance moves proved he’s worth once again and got everyone applauding him and calling for more of such shows.
It was after the music show that lil Win decided to pull, a surprise comedy act which did not catch up well with the organizers and the sponsors of the programme as he was cut short by the DJ midway into the act.
Source: News One
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