Actress Yvonne Nelson is mourning the death of her ‘son’, Kweku.
The late Kweku played the actress’ son in her new movie “If Tomorrow Never Comes” directed by Pascal Amanfo.
According to the actress, lil Kweku “was suffering from a cerebral malformation, he could not sit, stand, walk or even talk.”
Read her short message to the late Kweku.
“This lil angel I have in my arms is the reason why I shot ‘IF TOMORROW NEVER COMES’, he inspired a huge part of the story. I heard about him 2years ago from @luckielawson. I sat down with @pascalamanfo and we decided to get a script ready…..after 2years I decided one morning I was ready to shoot…so we scheduled everything….wrapped up 2 weeks ago on the 25th of January only to get a call this afternoon about my lil angel’s death. He was suffering from a cerebral malformation, he could not sit, stand, walk or even talk…..I asked myself one evening on set, what if a mosquito bites him, who will even scratch it for him, I’ve been crying throughout this afternoon. I’m heart broken. Life is too sad.R.I.P my angel.
I’m broken! I’m sad! How can you die Kweku, just 2weeks after shooting my movie, playing my son. I’m soooooo sad! R.I.P
#RIP lil Angel. Today, you’ll see God, you’ll walk, you’ll talk to Him and the Angels……I know you are in Heaven…..don’t think I can sleep tonight…….the tears won’t stop ,( that’s kweku’s mother by my side, the strongest woman I know)”