- Kumawood actor Kojo Nkansah Lilwin has jabbed Funny Face in what appears to be the last throw from either party
- The two prominent Ghanaian stars have been in a squabble over the recent days but it appears to be dying out
- Lilwin released a video, asking Funny Face to focus on entertaining himself & his family, and stop insulting as a stand-up comedian.
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Popular Ghanaian Kumawood actor Kojo Nkansah Lilwin and renowned Ghanaian comedian Funny Face have been at loggerheads on social media recently, but the beef has taken an interesting twist lately.
Lilwin has dropped a rather funny video, mildly asking the stand-up comedian to end the squabble and focus on his life and that of his family.
The video that was shot in an averagely-developed locality was sighted by YEN.com.gh in a recent post by Kojo Nkansah on his official Instagram handle.
See video below:
"My friend, Funny Face, don't insult. The way you are a brand is the same way I am also a brand for different companies that sell drinks, TVs, light bulbs and so on," the Kumawood actor said adding that:
"Get Hisense TV in your room, buy their fridge, buy icecream for the mother of your twins, get a nice lightbulb in your room and entertain your family, okay? Don't insult. You are a stand-up comedian."
The strong beef between the two prominent individuals started dying down when Adebayor stepped in to advise Funny Face not to continue with it.
It appears that this video from Lilwin might just be the last jab that would be heard from either party.
In other news, three beautiful Ghanaian models Nana Yaa, Yacoba and Maame B, all living with autism, who were trained by the founder of Afi Antonio Foundation paid a courtesy call on Ghana's First Lady Her Excellency Rebecca Akufo-Addo at her office on February 27, 2020.
Information gathered by YEN.com.gh indicates that the group, including the parents of the models, led by founder Afi Antonio was warmly welcomed by Mrs. Akufo-Addo as she spent quality time with them.
Afi used the opportunity to explain the exploits of the Foundation and invited the first lady to the Pan African Congress on Autism (PACA) as well as the 2nd edition of Autism Talent Show which would both be held in April 2020.
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