Decent and respected Ghanaian actress, Martha Ankomah has subtly replied to Kumawood actor, Kwadwo Nkansah Lilwin.
Many have been in anticipation for Martha Ankomah to fire back at Lilwin, however, the actress never insulted him back.
Martha Ankomah has subtly disclosed that she has no time for the Kumawood actor, she only focuses on good things and does not have time for unnecessary controversies.
In a post on Instagram, Martha Ankomah was seen neatly dressed in her car jamming to “Good Energy” by Yung Wylin.
In the caption of her post, Martha Ankomah asked three questions, “I love these questions because they strike a balance between gratitude and self-improvement. What happened today that I’m grateful for? Which actions moved me toward my goals? Are there any changes I can make?” she quizzed.
In other recent posts by the actress, she is seen busily working, indicating that she has no time for the popular Kumawood actor.
Angry Kumawood actor cum musician, Kwadwo Nkansah famed Lilwin attacked actress Martha Ankomah over a recent comment the Ghallywood actress made about Kumawood.
In a viral video, the now-movie producer was seen using unprintable words on the Ghallywood actress.
He also dropped some dirty secrets about the actress.
Lilwin stated that the Ghallywood actress disrespected Kumawood actors and actresses, the reason he had launched a scathing attack on her.
According to Lilwin, one of Kumawood’s directors, Frank Fiifi Garbin once contacted the actress to be featured in his upcoming movie but the actress rejected it with no tangible reason.
Lilwin revealed that the actress rejected the gig with claims that Kumawood people do not shoot any sensible movies so she vowed never to go to Kumasi to shoot a movie.
The actress, according to Lilwin noted that apart from the fact that Kumawood does not shoot sensible movies and their storylines being one way, she dislikes everything about Kumawood.
In his reply, Lilwin disclosed that Kumawood, which Martha Ankomah disrespected produced the likes of Yvonne Nelson, and Jackie Appiah among other Ghallywood stars who are bigger than she is.
He also added that the likes of Van Vicker, Prince David Osei, Rosely Ngisah, Kalybos, James Gardiner, and many other Ghallywood stars bigger than Martha Ankomah all humbled themselves to shoot movies in Kumasi and made money out of them.
Lilwin claimed the actress could have said something better; maybe charging a huge amount so the director would not be able to pay or giving a sensible reason rather than saying she would never shoot a movie in Kumnasi because their stories are senseless.
Lilwin further added that Martha Ankomah is a nobody and had it not been for GTP and men sleeping with her in exchange for money she would have died out of hunger.
Rendering An Apology For Making A Private Issue Public
Veteran film director, Frank Fiifi Gharbin called on Ghanaian actor, Kwadwo Nkansah, popularly known as LilWin, to render an apology to actress, Martha Ankomah for making derogatory remarks about her in public.
According to him, LilWin’s decision to publicly chastise Martha Ankomah over an issue meant to be kept private was a step in the wrong direction and does not speak well of him.
He stated that he had no idea about LilWin’s public rant and was a bit disappointed when he got to know that the actor had made the issue known on social media.
“This is the showbiz industry. So anything can happen but my concern is that what I told him [LilWin] was a secret, it was not meant for the public. I was not even aware when the issue became public, it’s a bit worrying. I think LilWin should apologize to Martha Ankomah to settle the issue,” he said.
Frank Fiifi Gharbin also called on Martha Ankomah to feature in the movie they are shooting to let people know she has no bad intent towards the Kumawood.
“Because of this, I want Martha Ankomah to feature in the movie to foster Ghana and Nigeria’s collaboration in the movie industry. In the movie we are shooting we are using Ghana and Nigeria acts so I would like her to come and partake in it,” he stated.