Ghanaian musician Patapaa known in real life as Justice Amoah has made comments pertaining to his looks as compared to actor Lilwin.
Patapaa has made judgement concerning his handsomeness and that of Kumawood actor Lilwin.
According to the ‘One Corner’ hitmaker, he is more handsome and good looking than Kwadwo Nkansah popularly known as Lilwin.
In an interview with Abeiku Santana, Patapaa expressed his opinion on who he thinks look more nicer between him and Lilwin.
After Abeiku Santana asked him who among them is more handsome, Patapaa replied “Oh beauty, I am very handsome, my face is clear.”
He further asked Abeiku if his eyes are big as he jabbed Lilwin who has more bigger eyes than him.
“When you watch are my eyes big? My eyes are small. I am a handsome boy,” Patapaa funnily stated.
A lot of times, Ghanaians funnily compare Patapaa and Lilwin, asking who among the two is handsome.
Kindly skip to 2:53 to hear the exact words of Patapaa. Source: Amisty Patapaa
Meanwhile, Patapaa was recently in the news after his rap verse on a song he was featured on went viral.
In the song titled ‘Davie Ne Ba’ by Kawoula Biov, Patapaa who was featured had his rap verse going viral and consequently nicknamed ‘Skopatomana.’
The verse generated into what was termed as the 'Skopatomana Challenge' where people on social media tried to mimic Patapaa.
However, Kawoula Biov in an interview with Andy Dosty revealed how he suffered to get Patapaa on the song.
According to him, it took him about six months to get the ‘One Corner’ hitmaker since he claimed to have been busy.
Kawoula Biov disclosed that after the song was recorded, his friends asked him to go back for his money since Patapaa’s ‘Skopatomana’ verse is boring.
He admitted that it is surprising to see the rather hilarious rap verse made the song popular instead.
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