GhanaCelebrities.com, the online media platform that first broke the rumor that Kumawood actor Lil Win had dumped his long time partner, Patricia Afriyie, has called out the celebrated actor for allegedly lying to the public concerning the state of his marriage.
Yesterday, rumors went rife both online and social that Kumawood actor Lil Wil - Born Mr. Kwadwo Nkansah - had dumped his wife of years on grounds of infidelity. The rumor had it that the marital breakdown had occurred "a little while ago", but that all had been kept quiet due to the nature of the breakup.
But in a quick rebuttal speaking on Happy FM, Lil Win denied claims of dumping his long time wife, and asked members of the general public not to pay any attention to the rumor.
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Now in a new "no holds barred" post, GhanaCelebrities.com has called out the popular Kumawood actor, calling him a "cheap liar" for not owning up and lying to the public about his marital affairs.
According to popular reports, the "broken" state of affairs between Lil Win and his wife Patricia Afriyie has been an "open secret" to key players in the local movie industry. It states that the actor himself had commented on the issue on several occasions saying that his wife, Patricia, couldn't keep up with his work load.
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Although Lil Win denied the marital issues rumor, the report has it that Lil Win's previous reason for leaving his wife - which was for her cheating on him - was just an excuse to evict his wife from their marital home.
GhanaCelebrities.com. goes on to state that, according to its sources, Patricia had previously complained of Lil Win's constant absence, and that he'd be gone sometimes for two months straight.
The actor, for his part, is alleged to have said that his absences are due to the fact he's now a much ought after actor in the local industry. That he wanted to gather as much money as he could for his children, even if that meant not seeing them for long extended periods.
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