Kumawood actors, Kwaku Manu and Kwadwo Nkansah Lil Win fueled their feud when the two clashed on live television on Saturday, November 14, 2020.
Appearing as guests alongside other Kumaowood actors and actresses on the United Showbiz entertainment show which was hosted by Nana Ama McBrown on UTV, Lil Win and Kwaku Manu engaged in several exchanges.
It all started when Lil Win was accused by Kwaku Manu for showing off and having a certain air around him which suggest he is richer and better than other movie players in the industry.
Lil Win, who disagreed with these utterances from Kwaku Manu said he does not hit his chest that he is rich but he takes what he believes he is due any time he is called upon to play a role or shoot a movie.
In response, Kwaku shut him down by saying he is just young and must give respect to the pacesetters and his seniors who have contributed wholesomely to the local filmmaking industry.
Lil Win was displeased with such a definite description and said he is not as young as they think. According to him, Kwaku Manu may be a year ahead of him in terms of age, but he is not young and does not like to be described as such.
As expected, the two exchanged several words and sometimes shouted on the top of their voices to make their points known with none of them actually listening or paying attention to what the other has to say.
All this while, the other Kumawood actors and actresses: Mercy Asiedu, Akrobeto, Vivian Jill Lawrence, Bill Asamoah, Ellen White who were invited, looked on with indifference as the two outdo each other.
Lil Win and Kwaku Manu have had their relationship fall apart following several accusations in the past suggesting that the former has sabotaged the movie-industry in Kumasi and taken roles away from his colleague actors and actresses.
This, together with other personal squabbles have ruined the positive vibe that used to exist between Lil Win and Kwaku and this was reignited on live television.