Kumawood actor, Kwadwo Nkansah, popularly known as Lil Win has been sued by Andy of Mentor for song theft.
In a post sighted by YEN.com.gh, Andy who narrated the whole situation to in an interview with Zylofon FM, indicated that it all started last year when he held a press briefing to explain that Lil Win was promoting a song they had done together but belongs to him titled “Ayeyi”.
He went on to reveal that the initial idea was for him (Andy) to write a song for both of them to sign so he Lil Win could sign him to his Boss Nation label.
He went on to state that after his press statement, Lil Win was called to explain his side of the story but he diverted the question and started accusing him Andy of other things including being a weed smoker.
Andy further revealed that he gave Lil Win time to rather respond to the song stealing allegation but he always talks about something different and in the end insults him.
He added that during one of such interviews, Lil Win asked him to go to court if he doesn’t understand he has taken his song and that is exactly what he has done by suing him for song theft.
However, according to the report, Lil Win who spoke off air after the interview with Andy made it clear that he has not received any letter of summoning from any court but the TV3’s Mentor TV3 star stood on his ground that the letter was personally handed over to actor.
YEN.com.gh had previously reported how Andy claimed that Lil Win is evil.
According to Andy, Lil Win is envious, and he is the cause of Agya Koo and Kwaku Manu not being seen in movies anymore.
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Andy claimed that Lil Win made the two aforementioned actors ‘sick’ in the sense that producers lost interest in calling them to feature in movies.
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