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We’ve resolved our issues outside the courtroom – LilWin on legal battle with Martha Ankomah

Well known entertainer and artist LilWin uncovered in an exclusive interview on Hitz FM's Daybreak Hitz that he and entertainer Martha Ankomah have settled their lawful debate beyond the court.


The contention between the two emerged before this year when Martha Ankomah documented a claim against LilWin, charging slanderous comments made by the entertainer. LilWin had recently blamed Martha for holding a negative assessment of Kumawood entertainers and censured her job as a GTP Envoy. During the meeting, LilWin communicated shock at the lawful move made by Martha Ankomah, refering to his own involvement with taking care of analysis without falling back on prosecution.


In spite of the underlying disunity, LilWin referenced that he and Martha have arrived at a neighborly goal and, surprisingly, alluded to the chance of teaming up with her in a future film project, close by acclaimed entertainers Van Vicker and Majid Michel. The goal of this lawful matter denotes a positive turn in the connection among LilWin and Martha Ankomah, featuring the potential for coordinated effort and common figuring out in media outlets. About the suit On February 15, 2024, Martha Ankomah, through her legal advisors, sued LilWin.


In a duplicate of the writ of request got by GhanaWeb, the offended party, Martha, appealed to the Accra High Court for harms totalling 5 million Ghana cedis because of slanderous proclamations made by the litigant, LilWin. Furthermore, she looked for compensatory harms to amend the mischief caused upon her standing. "A statement that the words, 'Who knows you? Notwithstanding GTP and senior government authorities who marked you on at GTP, who might have marked you? What sort of star would you say you are? Indeed, even your own girl doesn't have any acquaintance with you.


I don't actually have the foggiest idea why GTP skirted any semblance of McBrown, Benevolence Asiedu, and co and made Martha Ankomah their image envoy. In the event that you had been a male entertainer, you would have endured. At the point when you become an entertainer, and you become a star, men deal with you; men lease convenience for you; men get you houses; men purchase vehicles for you. You would have endured as a man, yet for the way that you are female. "'Men take care of you.


You have turned into a star to that end men deal with your requirements; you don't utilize your cash on anything' distributed of and concerning the offended party and contained in passages 8 and 9 of the Assertion of Guarantee are slanderous of the offended party. Consequently, the offended party is looking for Harms in the amount of 5 million Ghana cedis for the disparaging assertions made by the litigant. Compensatory harms for the harm done to the standing of offended party," portions of the request read.


I was just acting – LilWin’s initial response to the lawsuit

During an appearance on Daybreak Hitz in late February, LilWin clarified that the controversial video, which caused considerable speculation, was actually a scene from an upcoming movie project he was involved in.

He emphasized that the snippet circulating online had been extracted from its original context.

“The video I did is a movie. I was acting… I was not angry. I had done some makeup,” he claimed.

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