Lilwin denies singing tribute song for Bishop Bernard Nyarko
Multi talented actor, Kwadwo Nkansah Lilwin has denied singing a tribute song for the late Bernard Nyarko.
According to him, the trending song was composed earlier on before the death of his fellow actor.
Speaking in a media interview today in Accra, the Kumawood actor who is now a musician explained that he sang the song for his late father, Charles Armah.
He said the track was not necessarily sung in the memory of the late actor, adding that the song is dedicated to all those who have lost a dear person.
Lilwin established that the song is currently trending because of the late Bernard Nyarko since he is a person very dear to his heart and the entire nation, saying his death has caused havoc in the industry.
He said that, the late Nyarko would forever be remembered for his good works and his tender nature, stressing that he was very closed to the late actor and he knew how good he was to mankind.
The comedian indicated that it was quite unfortunate that Bishop Nyarko had to die suddenly and promised to offer all the support to make his memory continue to live.
He urged the family to calm down and not associate the death of the actor to their inability to support him early, adding that they also tried all they could to offer their support which was denied by the same family.
Bishop Nyarko passed away on May 2, tomorrow marks his one week celebration, he was a Kumawood actor and a pastor.
His death sparked lots of controversies with a pastor claiming his sickness came about when he stepped on a certain juju powder that some of the actors blew at his door step.
The brother of the deceased denied such allegation and stressed that his brother was a man of God and died peacefully, thus cautioned the public to discard that rumour.
He also admitted that they denied the movie crew from getting closer to the late actor based on a personal directive from the actor.
BY JOYCELINE NATALLY CUDJOE