Lil Win reveals the amount he charges if he attends funerals (Video)

Lil Win reveals the amount he charges if he attends funerals (Video)

Kumawood star Kwadwo Nknsah popularly known has Lil Win has revealed that he doesn’t attend funerals for free.

According to the award-winning actor, he sometimes charge GHC 10,000 just to attend funerals of people he doesn't know.

He indicated that he does not see why he should attend the funeral of somebody he does not know from Adam upon the invitation of the bereaved relative and go home empty handed.

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He stressed that charging to attend a funeral is a business move of the bereaved family and as such, he should get the needed income from it.

Aside this revelation he made, he also stated that the payment of widow’s mite at funerals is something he and other big-name stars abstain from when they attend funerals.

Lil Win, made this shocking revelation when he appeared on Kumasi-based Agyenkwa FM.

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YEN.com.gh had previously reported how Lil Win was honoured for his outstanding service for the country.

He was honoured during the maiden edition of the National Private School Awards.

Lil Win, the founder of Great Minds International School was given the Most Promising Proprietor of The Year.

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