VIDEO: Kwaku Manu Criticizes Kwadwo Nkansah Lilwin Over Timing Of New Song Release

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Ghanaian actor Kwaku Manu has expressed his disapproval of his colleague Kwadwo Nkansah Lilwin’s decision to release his latest song titled “25th May” featuring Kwaku Flick and King Paluta.

The said song addresses Lilwin’s recent accident in Kumasi, which tragically resulted in the death of a 3-year-old boy.

READ ALSO: “I’m disappointed in Ghanaians for criticizing me” – Lilwin states

The accident happened ahead of the premiere of Lilwin’s new movie, “A Country Called Ghana,” which was eventually happened at the CCB Auditorium at KNUST in Kumasi.

The accident, which occurred in Kumasi, has been a source of significant public outcry.

In the song “25th May,” Lilwin laments the severe criticism he has faced following the incident and expresses his regret about being a Ghanaian. His emotional outpouring in the song has sparked varied reactions from the public and his peers.

In an exclusive interview with Zionfelix on the Uncut Show, Kwaku Manu however stated that Lilwin should have postponed the song’s release. “The accident is still fresh in the minds of people, especially because of the tragic loss of the 3-year-old boy,” Manu said.

He pointed out that the issue is still under judicial consideration, which adds to the sensitivity of the timing.

Kwaku Manu also mentioned that this situation highlights one of his ongoing concerns with Lilwin’s management team, suggesting that they often make questionable decisions. “Maybe Lilwin’s team took inspiration from Kuami Eugene, who released a song after his recent accident. However, the circumstances are different. In Kuami Eugene’s case, he was reportedly not at fault, but with Lilwin, eyewitness accounts suggest he might have been slightly at fault,” Manu explained.

Watch Kwaku Manu speak in the video below:

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