If Your Child Had Passed Away In This Manner, Would You Have Acted Carelessly? Blakk Rasta Sets Things On Fire LilWin

Blakk Rasta, the singer and media figure, has chastised Ghanaian actor Kwadwo Nkansah, also referred to as LilWin, after an accident claimed the life of 3-year-old Tawiah Ampomah.

He criticized LilWin for making the improper decision to go to a movie premiere when other accident victims were hospitalized and suffering from serious injuries.

Blakk Rasta was incensed by LilWin’s handling of the little child’s passing and charged that he hadn’t shown enough dedication and care to work out a solution with the family.

If LilWin had been his own child, Blakk Rasta said on the UrbanBlend show on 3FM, he would have stopped the movie’s debut or refused to go.

“LilWin left the hospital and went to the premiere of his picture. Did he find out if the boy was still alive? The youngster died, according to the report, not long after arriving at the hospital. I think LilWin would have rescheduled the premiere or, at the absolute least, not gone if it had been his child.

“He didn’t seem to care about the three-year-old. He went to church thereafter to express gratitude for his own life. What about the life of the boy? When he went to church, did he know that the youngster was dead? He was, in fact. If it had been LilWin’s child, would he have behaved in such a thoughtless and uncaring manner? I’m disappointed,” he cried angrily.

On Monday, June 3, 2024, LilWin was taken into custody following her discharge from the Komfo Anokye Teaching Hospital.

After that, he was freed on GH¢50,000 bail, and the hearing was rescheduled until June 27, 2024.

Concerning the Accident

On May 25, 2024, in the vicinity of Grace Baptist Church in Amakom, Kumasi, an accident involving LilWin occurred.

LilWin’s Benz and another car were involved in a head-on collision that resulted in multiple injuries and the tragic death of a 3-year-old child.

LilWin was among those injured, and she was promptly sent to the Komfo Anokye Teaching Hospital’s Accident and Emergency Unit. LilWin went to the KNUST CCB Auditorium on the same day as his film’s debut, “A Country Called Ghana,” in spite of his injuries.

The management team of LilWin promised the bereaved family their undivided support after the catastrophe.

We approve of the way the police handled LilWin, the sibling of a deceased 3-year-old boy.

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