- Lil win was an abusive husband to his wife, Patricia Afriyie
- This is according to the accounts of the estranged wife of the Kumawood star as told to one web publication
- Earlier, rumors had swirled that Lil win had divorced his wife because of her cheating nature
The troubles of Kumawood screen darling, comedian and now-turned musician, Kwadwo Nkansah seem to only be growing with every day that passes opening a new can of worms against the entertainer.
In the latest twist in what seems like a bad turn of fate for the celeb, better known as Lil Win, his wife has accused him of being "greedy".
Earlier, YEN.com.gh reported on rumors that Lil win had divorced his wife, Patricia Afriyie, but the rumors were quickly squashed by the Kumawood actor.
However, his wife has spoken to Ghanaian publication, GHPage.com and revealed harrowing details about Lil win.
According to Madam Patricia Afriyie, the rumors that Lil win dumped her for cheating are terribly false and untrue.
She revealed that the actor was rather "a cheat, a greedy b*stard, and a serious pretender who is jealous of the progress of other people".
Patricia reportedly told Ghpage.com, "Kwadwo is my husband and I know him very well.He hates to see other people progress in life. Left to him alone, everyone will be under him — Doing Yes Sir! Master!".
"When I was in the house, I was worried about a lot of things but because of his(Lil Win) nature, I couldn’t voice out.I was afraid because of the maltreatment," she continued.
Lil win, according to his estranged wife, was an overbearing autocrat who constantly abused her and lorded over her during their time together.
She detailed how Lil win ejected her from their matrimonial without much of cause and took back the car he bought for her and transformed it into a taxi cab.
"He decided to give the car to Apuzzo to use as a taxi but as I am speaking to you, the car is still in the house unused."
However, in the face of all these supposed problems, Patricia stated that she was happy to be free from Lil win now and was grateful that her children were not dead.
She told the publication that she was better off "than when I was with him and in that abusive marriage".
It had been a terrible past few weeks for Lil win since he was accused of trying to steal the shine of Patapaa Amisty, the artiste behind the viral hit song, One Corner.
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