Lil Win Treats Nigerian Actor Charles Awurum To Ghana Jollof, Clears Plate: "Talk Truth Oga"

Lil Win Treats Nigerian Actor Charles Awurum To Ghana Jollof, Clears Plate: "Talk Truth Oga"

  • Renowned comedian Charles Awurum is among Nigerian actors who featured in Lil Win's much-anticipated movie, A Country Called Ghana
  • On his visit to Ghana during the movie shoot, he was treated to Ghana Jollof and could not resist the taste
  • Netizens who saw the post were delighted to see him praise Ghana Jollof and took to the comment section to share their views on this

Nigerian actor and comedian Charles Awurum could not resist the taste of Ghana Jollof when Ghanaian actor Lil Win gave him a treat.

Awurum was among Nigerian actors, who stormed Ghana to shoot A Country Called Ghana, the movie produced by Lil Win.

Lil Win treats Nigerian actor Charles Awurum to Ghana Jollof, clears plate: "E Dey Very Sweet"
Charles Awurum clears plate of Ghana Jollof Source: Charles Awurum
Source: UGC

During his visit, Lil Win treated him to the infamous Ghana Jollof which he really enjoyed.

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Charles, who spoke well about LiI Win without any hesitation, admitted that Ghana Jollof was better than Nigerian Jollof.

"Ghana jollof dey very sweet," he said in a video that has since gone viral.

Watch video below:

Nigerian actors storm Ghana for A Country Called Ghana premiere

Many Nigerian actors who appeared in Lil Win's A Country Called Ghana arrived in Ghana to witness the movie's premiere.

Actors like Charles Awurum, Victor Osuagwu, etc., were all in Ghana. However, Ramsey Nouah could not make it.

Netizens react to video of Charles admitting that Ghana Jollof is delicious

@Spyces wrote:

"They are confessing one by one. Juast talk truth oga."

@Mama's lastborn wrote:

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"Dem want make u confirm which is sweeter."

@Shine Young Kelly wrote:

"Ghana jellof is the best."

LiI Win speaks about Nigerian actors

In a related story, reported that during a recent interview, a presenter questioned Lil Win about his decision to fly in Nollywood actors for his much acclaimed film, A Country called Ghana.

The actor, who is known for his explosive takes, shared a response that resonated with scores of his fans.

According to him, he was trying to spice things up for as change. He also noted that he once used Alist actors in Ghana for a movie, but the film didn't live up to expectations.

The fans took to social media to express their admiration for Lil Win and register their anticipation for the movie.


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