Ghanaian Comedian and actor, Benson Nana Yaw Oduro Boateng, better known as Funny Face, has been spotted in a new video shedding tears over Patapaa ‘diss’ song directed at Kuami Eugene.
According to Funny Face, he has for once been disappointed by Patapaa after listening to the ‘diss’ song recorded by the artiste to hit back at Kuami Eugene.
Funny Face, who is said to be a close friend of Patapaa was on Saturday seen in the video ‘mocking’ Patapaa as he listens to the artiste’s ‘Otitafo’ diss song.
The comedian, who appears uninspired by the quality and the choice of words used by Patapaa in the ‘jama diss’ song, stated that the ‘One Corner’ man should’ve rather kept quiet instead of responding to Eugene.
“When supporting ur soldier goes wrong .... Soldier should have ignore and kept mute. I have never cried and laugh so hard, history has been made,” Funny Face captioned his video.
Funny Face also called on all fans of Patapaa to meet him up for a crucial meeting and decide what kind of punishment to be given to the artiste for disgracing his fans.
“All patupa soldiers let's meet at my house and march towards our leaders place and beat him well well .. Patupa for life, let's forgive Patapaa too,” Funny Face pleaded on behalf of Patapaa.
Kuami Eugene recently got attacked on various social media platforms for allegedly branding Patapaa’s style of music as ‘noise’.
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The ‘Angela’ hitmaker who appeared on Gh One TV was asked when he will collaborate with Patapaa for a song.
But Eugene disclosed that he had rather declined many calls from Patapaa’s camp asking him for a music collaboration.
The young artiste in his explanation noted that he will never collaborate with Patapaa because Patapaa's kind of music is noisy.
However, Kuami Eugene, has since apologized to Patapaa, after receiving heavy backlash on social media.
Meanwhile, many social media users are ‘mocking’ Patapaa after releasing his ‘Otitafo diss’ song directed at Kuami Eugene.
Some critics are arguing that Patapaa releasing the ‘diss’ song has vindicated kuami Eugene, since his latest song was more than the word ' noisy' and 'wack'.
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