Kumawood actor kwadwo Nkansah, popularly known as Lilwin is making some cash from the death of Late Bernard Nyarko.
Shortly after the death of the late Bishop, social media was flooded with condolences and sympathy from his colleagues as well as actors and actresses.
Lil win however took his sympathy to a different level. He shed tears while making a video of him shedding tears and shared it on his official you tube page, Weezy empire TV to make money out of it.
Some Ghanaians are angry about this issue and are wondering how much he’s making at the end of the day.
The video titled “DAMIRIFA BISHOP BERNARD NYARKO. Lilwin Condolence” is an 8 minutes video which had 203,019 views as at 9pm on 2nd May, 2020.
For the record, YouTube uses Revenue Per Mile (RPM)or Cost Per Mile to run ads and pay content creators like Lilwin. We will therefore use RPM to calculate the money he has made so far from this particular video.
To begin, if you multiply 203,019 views by the average RPM divided by 1000, it sums up to $100 which is equivalent to GHS 580.00.
This means an amount of GHS 580.00 is currently in Lilwin’s Adsense account waiting to be cashed out.
In all these, one question still needs to be asked persistently. Is it worth it for Lil win to display his mourning and sympathy video on his official YouTube page for money?
Watch the video below