Fall of the century: Lil Win falls while performing on stage; video drops
- Lil Win has gotten on the wrong side of the internet with a new video of him on stage
- The actor was performing one of his hit songs when he slipped and fell
- He however managed to turn his lemon into lemonade as he rose to his feet in grand style
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Multiple award-winning Ghanaian actor, entrepreneur and musician, Lil Win born Kwadwo Nkansah, is trending on social media for a very funny reason.
In a video sighted by YEN.com.gh on YouTube, the comic actor who was seen performing on stage came tumbling to the ground as he slipped.
The actor was seen getting the crowd excited with his stage entry and craft at the just ended Family Concert which was hosted by award-winning musician, Fameye.
Lil Win was being ably assisted on stage by his diminutive hype man as they run up and down the stage in a bid to entertain the crowd.
Lil Win who was getting overly excited at the cheers he was receiving from the crowd, decided to take off his outfit which generated loud applause.
However, while singing is viral Ladder song, the comic actor and Great Minds School proprietor slipped and landed on his back on the stage.
His resounding fall attracted a mixture of laughter and cheers from the crowd and he decided to make a masterclass return to his feet.
While lying on his back on the stage, the actor raised his legs over his head and skipped back to his feet in one attempt - a move which attracted even louder cheers from the excited patrons of the concert.
Fameye's Family Concert attracted many industry players who came out to support the Nothing I Get hitmaker.
In another piece of news about music, YEN.com.gh earlier reported that Ghana's minister of information, Kojo Oppong Nkrumah, has been spotted in a new trending video doing the work of a disc jockey at a night event during the Christmas break.
In the video sighted by YEN.com.gh on Instagram, the popular Ghanaian minister who doubles as a Member of Parliament, was seen on the turntables playing some songs.
As at the time the video started playing, Ghana's information minister was playing Duncan Mighty's Obianuju.
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