Ghanaians Should Stop Criticizing Me And Sympathize With Me – Lil Win

Ghanaian actor and comedian Kwadwo Nkansah, popularly known as ‘Lil Win’, has expressed disappointment with the public’s response to his accident on 25 May 2024, which resulted in the death of a 3-year-old boy.

In an interview at the Believers Worship Centre on 1 July, Lil Win criticized the media portrayal of the incident, saying it made it seem as though he had intentionally caused the accident.

The actor denied claims that the accident was due to reckless driving on his part and emphasized that it was not intentional.

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“I was sitting down and asked myself if it’s my matter that is being discussed on TV as such. There are a lot of things about a car; it’s a machine. It doesn’t matter if it’s brand new. Anything can happen.

“I am not happy about what happened to the victims. The media has reported the matter as if I deliberately knocked down the young boy with the car and intentionally collided my vehicle with his,” he stated.

“They made it seem like I had a telescope, saw a child in the car, and decided to kill him,” he added.


The actor was involved in a car accident which occurred on May 25 at Amakom, a suburb of Kumasi, when Lil Win’s car collided with another vehicle, resulting in the death of the young child.

He was later arrested and charged with dangerous driving and negligently causing harm.

Following this, the actor released a new song with Kweku Flick and King Paluta, addressing the accident and his experiences.

He also recently removed his neck brace after reportedly receiving instant healing from his pastor, Stephen Adom Kyei-Duah.

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