Actor blasts Lil Win's critics, Says 'One Corner' song will expire in 3 months (Video)

Actor blasts Lil Win's critics, Says 'One Corner' song will expire in 3 months (Video)

-Kumawood star Lil' Win has been criticized after he was accused of 'stealing' Patapaa's 'One Corner song

-Colleague Kumawood actor, Bernard Nyarko has released a video condemned the criticisms

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Just when we thought that the issue of actor and musician, Lil' Win 'stealing' the 'One Corner' hit track of Patapaa was over, popular Kumawood actor Bishop Bernard Nyarko has waded in to defend his colleague.

Apart from defending Lil' Win, he has also predicted Patapaa's song will fade in less than three months while suggesting that other colleague actors were behind the many attacks the 'Mama Boss Papa' singer has suffered since the saga broke.

READ ALSO: Meet Patapaa, the man behind the viral 'One Corner' song

Actor blasts Lil Win's critics, Says 'One Corner' song will 'die' in 3 months (Video)

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The saga started after Patapaa accused Lil' Win, upon the release of his latest single 'Corner Corner' which had a very similar instrumentation to the 'One Corner' song, of trying to steal his shine.

According to Patapaa, Lil' Win was peeved because he [Patapaa] had refused his request for a collaboration on a remix for One Corner.

Days after taking the flak, Lil' Win's management came out to deny any wrongdoing saying it was Patapaa's representative's who rather approached them and all they wanted to do was to give the upcoming artiste a platform to grow.

READ MORE: Lil' Win breaks silence on 'One Corner' saga

Actor blasts Lil Win's critics, Says 'One Corner' song will expire in 3 months (Video)

Lil' Win (R) with Bishop Bernard Nyarko

In a video making rounds on social media, Bishop Nyarko is seen sitting in a car condemning the insults directed at his colleague.

“Patapaa is an up and coming musician so it’s necessary to associate himself with those at the top. There’s no way Lil Win wants to ‘kill’ the boy. What if Lil' Win rejects him in the future when he’s in need? The insults are bad. Bishop says so".

“If you insult me, I will blast you. You can’t have anything negative to say about me. If you insult me, I will release missiles.”

“What’s wrong if Lil Win invites you for a collaboration? If you can’t collaborate, why insults? Let Lil Win’s name rest becuase he's already blessed. Those Kumawood actors fueling the attacks on Lil Win should stop.”

“No (Ghanaian) song has reigned for 3 months. Very soon, the song will expire", he said.

Below is the video:

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Source: Yen.com.gh

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