It’s been said over the years that Kwaku Manu and Kwadwo Nkansah only speak to each other when they’re filming.
Agya Koo is also said to have pledged not to work with Kwaku Manu in the same film or in the same scene, even if they were filming together.
“I carry no grudges towards my junior brothers and colleagues Kwadwo Nkansah Lilwin and Kwaku,” Agya Koo remarked in an interview on Kumasi-based Angel Fm Entertainment Show presented by Ike De Unpredictable.
According to Agya Koo, “Ghanaians are just spreading falsehood and do not have any evidence to back their false allegations.”
“The last time I heard about Lilwin was last year when he called me to discuss his project with me. He wanted to involve me but I was busy so I couldn’t make it. I met him at Airport and we had a long conversation about life and the movie,” Agya Koo explained.
“Kwaku Manu always comes to my house to visit me and he has even come there 3 consecutive times this year. How can someone who doesn’t have a good relationship with me come to my house to visit me?” he questioned.
Agya Koo added that “Lilwin and Kwaku Manu give me the maximum respect because they see me as their Godfather in the industry. We are on good terms.”