Lil Win, an actor, chose to play a number of his big songs in Republic Hall on the KNUST campus in an attempt to excite the students, but the reception was not as positive as he had hoped.
The actor sang his hit song Mama Boss Papa while standing in the hall’s courtyard, but the students appeared unimpressed as they observed from their balcony.
Lil Win performed enthusiastically, but there wasn’t much response when he raised the microphone and asked the pupils to sing the words back.
Lil Win, a well-known Kumawood actor who also dabbles in music, recently made a visit to the Republic Hall on the KNUST campus with the intention of entertaining students with a live performance of his hit songs. The reception to his performance, however, was less enthusiastic than anticipated.
Lil Win’s performance began with his hit song Mama Boss Papa, taking center stage in the hall’s forecourt. He spoke with enthusiasm, but it didn’t appear like the students watching from the balconies were interested. Lil Win gave every song his all-out effort and gave the lyrics all of his passion. He signaled for the pupils to join in by singing along to the chorus of the song by raising the microphone high at various moments during his performance. The audience’s intended response was regrettably conspicuously lacking.
The KNUST students were congregated in the balcony, which appeared to remain quite dreary throughout the performance. They didn’t do anything besides hold their phones and record Lil Win.