Video Of Lilwin Stating That Someone Will D!e Prior To The Premiere Of His Movie Trends Following The Death Of The 3-year-old Boy

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Ghanaian actor, Kwadwo Nkansah Lilwin is currently one of the most talked about individuals in the entertainment industry and the reasons for all the talks about him are not too pleasant.

While the success of the release and the subsequent premiering of his self-produced movie, “A Country Called Ghana” should have been one of the key things making all the headlines for him, it appears the accident he had on Saturday, May 26, 2024, and the eventual death of the 3-year-old boy has marred it all.

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In the last 24 hours, Lilwin and his team at Wezzy Empire have come under heavy criticism following a press statement they released to address people accusing them of neglecting the young boy who died.

Even though their press statement tried to suggest that they never neglected the young boy, commentaries on social media have been largely against him based on certain paragraphs in there.

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Amid the backlash online, another video of Lilwin stating prior to the premiere of the movie that someone was going to die has resurfaced online.

Some netizens have described the video as one that was probably without any malice and that it might just be a mere coincidence with the sad demise of the 3-year-old boy.

READ ALSO: Lilwin’s management speaks as accusations of causing the death of the 3-year-old boy trends

Others are making the argument that it is probably the case of words being quite powerful and coming to live even though Lilwin might not have meant the things he said.

See the video below:

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