MC Yaa Yeboah Calls LilWin Foolish For His “Miraculous Healing” And Song Release

Actor Kwadwo Nkansah, better known by his stage as LilWin, has come under fire from entertainment critic MC Yaa Yeboah for his behavior after a tragic tragedy that claimed the life of 3-year-old Tawiah Ampomah.

MC Yaa Yeboah called LilWin’s decision to record a song while in the hospital following the accident unethical in light of the unfortunate event.

She also condemned LilWin’s visitation to the church of Prophet Stephen Adom Kyei-Duah, where he professed to have been miraculously healed by prayer.

MC Yaa Yeboah expressed her displeasure by pointing out that LilWin was given bail by the police in spite of how serious the accident was.

He attends church, receives prayer, and then abruptly declares himself healed, which sets up a dramatic sequence. This is true of the music as well as the purported miracle. Instead of feeling regret for his careless driving with an unlicensed vehicle that resulted in a death, LilWin is celebrating his “healing.” “This is not acceptable and ought not to be allowed in our society,” she said in Twi during a Neat FM interview.

Her remarks followed the release of an online video featuring LilWin and musician Kweku Flick performing a song of thanks for making it through the accident.

LilWin has made it known that he was healed at the church after Prophet Adom Kyei’s prayers.

In addition, he expressed his annoyance at the backlash he received from Ghanaians after the mishap.

LilWin is currently waiting on legal counsel from the Attorney General to determine how to proceed with his legal case.

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