Unapologetic FunnyFace Descends On Kumawood Actor Salinko After He Said This On Social Media (Video)
By BallpointMedia | self meida writer
Published 24 days ago - 610 views
Ghanaian actor and comedian Funny face has been on the news lately for his incident with the Ghana police. He has made the issue the center of every entertainment gist around the country as he obviously doesn't want it to die down.
Today Benson Nana Yaw Oduro popularly known as Funny Face, has descended heavily on one of kumawood's actor who is also his friend, known as Salinko for what he said concerning the issue funny face had with the Ghana Police.
Born Abraham Kofie Davies the kumawood actor made a video on social media where he made a statement concerning the incident that took place between Funny face and Ghana police. He condemned the act that the police displayed and also condemned the actions that comedian Funny Face was taking as well. This really got to Funny face and he went on social media to make another video where he descended heavily on the actor for the comments he made.
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