I Have Sued Ghana Police 5 Million Dollars For Embarrassing And Causing Me Pain – Funny Face

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Ghanaian actor Funny Face has decided to sue the Ghana Police force five million dollars for all the pain and embarrassment they caused him after he was arrested for firing warning shots.

Few days ago, Funny Face was  arrested by the police for unlawfully firing 21 shots at his Kasoa residence following a fight between himself and some boys in his neighborhood.

Funny Face in a series of videos on his Instagram page disclosed that he was brutally  assaulted when he was taken to the  Kasoa Millieum City Police Station by the policemen themselves after they arrested him and literally dragged him on the floor like a common criminal. A lot of celebrities have since offered their support and sympathy to Funny Face after they saw how he was manhandled by the police during his arrest.

He shared a video of himself dancing and captioned it: “My mood now ? knowing very well am abt to be filthy rich from some fools called GHAyana police .. Am suing dem 5 million dollars ? ???? or @funnyfansofficial ….. u say make we increase am ? ??????????????????????????? my left ear sef Dey pain me .. my vision is blared .. I can’t see well … only women pioto i dey see well ? saaaaawwwwww .. now we catch KWadeeiii level … USA USA USA USA .. yabodam fucking ?????? stilllllllllllll “ ONE MAN THOUSAND “ ???? “ GYE NYAME “ ??? @funnyfansofficial we are RICH ?????????????? @brashizzle is da hype man ??”

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