Kumawood actor cum musician, Kwadwo Nkansah Lil Win in a recent comment has addressed the issue of attaining fame through controversies.
According to the “Ladder” singer, developing one’s career by making fusses in the media may help in the rise to fame, however, it will not sustain the career.
He told Sammy Flex, host of Showbiz Agenda on Zylofon 102.1 FM, “when you depend on controversies to become popular, the lifespan of your fame is short-lived.”
The “Muje Baya” actor made these submissions in a bid to advice musicians in Ghana, as according to him, most Ghanaian artiste thrive on creating controversies, in order to maintain relevance.
“I want to advice my colleague musicians, this is a common act in Ghana and it needs to stop. It eventually kills your career at a point”, he added.
Lil Win is a known face in the local movie industry, however, he has veered into the music industry and over a while, has released several songs, including, “Eye Wo Dea”, “Edan Nkyen Mu”, “Akyire Asem” and a hoard of others.