- Funny Face and Lil Win appeared on McBrown's United Showbiz on Saturday, July 1, 2020
- The two nearly marred the show as they engaged in a bust-up
- McBrown and others on the show stepped in to calm tempers
- After the intervention, the two apologised and even performed together
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The longstanding beef between comedian Funny Face and comic actor Lil Win seems to have finally ended.
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But the squashing of their beef came at a big price as the two engaged in an altercation on live TV.
Funny Face and Lil Win were guests on Nana Ama McBrown's United Showbiz, an entertainment programme on UTV.
During the show, the two were asked to talk about their beef and it degenerated into hot exchanges between the two.
While Lil Win insisted that Funny Face had 'stolen' the Favourite Actor Award he received at the 2019 Ghana Movie Awards, the latter described the former as a 'fake' person.
Tempers went high so high Funny Face vowed to beat Lil Win but Bull Dog, McBrown and Adum Atta stepped in to calm them down.
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After things went back to normal the two apologised for their actions and promised to repeat such behaviour again.
To seal everything, Funny Face performed one of his songs with Lil Win standing and backing him. And they even hugged each other.
Meanwhile, YEN.com.gh earlier reported that Funny Face had poured his heart out on social media after his friend and renowned footballer, Emmanuel Adebayor, unfollowed him on Instagram.
According to Funny Face, he knows he has done wrong by Emmanuel Adebayor for not listening to his advice to stop posting unnecessary things on social media.
In a post sighted by YEN.com.gh, Funny Face wrote a long apology to Emmanuel Adebayor asking for forgiveness after he 'disrespected' the international footballer.
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