(+VIDEO) He Didn’t Listen To Me – Mother Of Funny Face Finally Speaks

The mother of Ghanaian comic actor, Benson Nana Yaw Oduro Boateng popularly known as Funny Face has finally spoken about the whole saga surrounding his family and children.

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Speaking to Abeiku Santana on Okay FM, Funny Face’s mother disclosed that she advised him about some actions he was taking but he was adamant and didn’t listen to her.

She further explained that when the whole issue started she tried talking to Funny Face but when he turned deaf ears to her advice, she decided to give up on him because she could no longer handle him.

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