Nana Ama Mcbrown’s United Showbiz has been the show to watch every Saturday evening in the last few nights.
Infact it is the show to watch.
However, the show took a sour turn when tempers flared between Kwadwo Nkansah Lil Win and Kweku Manu.
The show which was to celebrate the Kumawood stars rather turned into an ugly fight (exchange of words) between the two on the show.
The misunderstanding began when Lil Win claimed that he had extended invitations to a considerable lot of his acting associates to his TV series called cocoa season but then many decided no to turn up.
Bill Asamoah in response earlier said Lil Win didn’t formally invite him however just put a call through to him and asked if he could pass through his set for a scene or two. But according to Bill Asamoah the right way was to send a script rather.
This view was upheld by Kweku Manu who additionally said it was not right for Lil Win to go on an interview speaking ill of his colleagues because they could not show up on his set.
He added that he had invited Lil Win to his series but he did not honour the invitation.
Mcbrown realising things were getting out of hand went on a quick commercial break. When she return she said the two were only playing and trying to trick Ghanaians.
But we know it was a personal issue between the two and not a trick as she said.
This is not the first time Lil Win has fought on the same show. It will be remembered he had a similar misunderstanding with Funny Face too.
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