One Corner: Patapaa has taught us a lesson – Lil Win


Over the week, actor ad musician, Lil Win has faced severe stack from Ghanaians after it had emerged that he wanted to “steal” Patapaa’s fame from him.

Social media took the Kumawood star to the cleaners for been “greedy” and wanting to destroy people to reach his goals as an entertainer. Several videos emerged to condemn Lil Win for been selfish.

But the management of the artiste has finally spoken to bring to rest the several attacks on the person of the Kumawood actor.

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Speaking in an interview, Manager of Lil Win, Abdul Zach Amissah indicated that contrary to claims by Patapaa that they first approached him to do a song with him, his (Patapaa) team rather approached them when they came for an interview at Adom FM.

He indicated that they could not reach a consensus and therefore had to continue the conversation another day.

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But all they heard was that Patapaa had run to the media to concoct all manner of stories to paint Lil Win and his management black.

He indicated that the team has learnt its lessons and will in the future be very careful with people they deal with in their line of business.

“Before we could conclude on the matter, Patapaa ran to the media to accuse Lil Win of using his popularity to steal his song. This is where I think Ghanaians have been unfair to Lil Win. They were quick to condemn him without knowing the details. Who can steal a song that is already in the public domain? It’s unfortunate things turned out this way but it’s a great lesson.”

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