Liwin’s girlfriend, Sandra Ababio blasts Funny Face over beef with Liwin (Video)

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The beef between Liwin and Funny Face keeps escalating as the day goes by. In the latest development, Kumawood actress and supposed girlfriend of Liwin, Sandra Sarfo Ababio has come out to blast Funny Face for involving her in his beef with the Kumawood poster boy.

It all began when Funny Face in one of his reply to Liwin indicated that Sandra Ababio (Liwin’s Girlfriend) has called him to beg not to expose Liwin.
It is in view of this that Sandra has come out to disclose what her conversation with Funny Face was.

According to a new video which was recorded by Sandra Ababio on her social media platforms, she revealed that when she heard that Funny Face and Liwin were fighting on social media over an award plaque, she called Liwin and Funny Face on phone to advise them to put a stop to these their misunderstandings and urged them to settle their disputes because they have younger ones who look up to them.

But Funny Face in his earlier recorded audio revealed Sandra rather begged him not to expose Liwin- amove that infuriated Sandra Ababio to record a video on social media platforms blasting Funny Face.

Actress Sandra Ababio from all indications is not happy about what funny face said about her regarding his case with Liwin.

See the video below:

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