Kumawood actor Lil Win breaks silence over Nigel Gaisie’s ‘fake’ prophecy about his former manager


Kumawood actor cum musician, Kwadwo Nkansah professionally known as Lil Win has eventually cleared the air over the false prophecy made by the founder and leader of Prophetic Hill Chapel, Prophet Nigel Gaisie about his manager.

Speaking in an interview , Lil Win disclosed that he had heard the prophecy but he decided not to react at that time.

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Narrating the whole issue, the movie star said he together with his team had attended a programme which they closed very late and just decided to pass by Nigel Gaisie’s church.

On their arrival, Lil Win was given a prophecy that his manager was working evil against him.

The actor indicated that, he did not allowed the said prophecy get to him nor did he even call his manager, Zack, to find out from him if there was any truth in the prophecy.

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As said by the actor, he discovered his manager, Zack began to react to the prophecy which went viral but he (Lil Win) believed he was doing so just to gain popularity for a song he was about to release.

Lil Win, continued that, now that the entire world, through Ken Agyapong, have been made to see the lies in the prophecy, the damage had already been caused and Zack had already reacted to the matter.

The actor and musician mentioned if he was not his moment to die, no one could fast track it. He said he would welcome all good prophecies about him but all bad prophecies about him, would not be tolerated.

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When questioned if he believed the prophecy made by Nigel Gaisie, Lil Win indicated Nigel was a man of God and that he was not going to worry himself to ponder over such things.

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