I Will Sue Lilwin For Accusing Me Of Using Weed Toffee – Mr Logic Declares

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Kofi Oppong Kyekyeku
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Entertainment pundit, Emmanuel Barnes, well-known as Mr Logic, has declared his intention to sue Lilwin.

His decision to sue the popular actor comes after he accused him of using ‘weed toffee’.

Mr Logic and Lilwin had a disagreement after the former commented on Lilwin’s ‘A Country Called Ghana’—of which Nigerian actors, Ramsey Nouah, Charles Awurum and Awilo Sharp Sharp are included in the casts.

The Entertainment Pundit questioned why Lilwin was featuring Nigerian actors in a movie titled ‘A Country Called Ghana’.

Following this, Lilwin accused Mr Logic of taking marijuana-infused toffees in a recent interview.

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Logic, who is unhappy with the statement made by the popular actor, has threatened to sue him.

“He has granted an interview saying that I use weed toffee. But that one, I’m taking it very personally. That is very insulting, and I’m not taking it lightly.

“I didn’t insult him, I didn’t attack him. You can play back the video and even my words. I didn’t say anything. I was only defending the name of Ghana,” he said on Hitz FM.

“That is very insulting, and I’m not taking it lightly. In the next few days, his suit will be ready and it will surprise Ghanaians. All jokes aside, this particular statement, I won’t take it lightly,” Mr Logic stressed.

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