- Akrobeto has called out Lil Win and Funny Face following their fight some days ago
- The Real News show host blasted Funny Face for wanting to beat Lil Win
- He went on to call Funny Face to a challenge if he wanted a real fight
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Multiple award-winning actor, Akwasi Boadi, popularly known as Akrobeto, has waded into the recent fight between fellow comic actors Funny Face and Lil Win on UTV’s United Showbiz programme.
According to Akrobeto, the two actors should bow down their heads in shame following how they brought their individual brands into disrepute due to their near fisticuffs on national TV.
Akrobeto bemoaned why the two would even stoop so low and questioned Funny Face over his motive to beat Lil Win considering his stature.
The host of The Real News on UTV then went on to blast Funny Face for calling himself the “Kasoa Van Damme” and dared him to face him if he wanted a real fight.
In the video posted by Funny Face on his IG page, however, he was pleading with Akrobeto and addressed him as his uncle.
Funny Face then went ahead to say he could not fight Akrobeto and that he and Lil Win known in real life as Kwadwo Nkansah, are now cool with each other.
The Kasoa Trotro actor then went ahead to advocate for peace to reign in the county since it was an election year.
YEN.com.gh earlier reported that Funny Face and Lil Win almost threw punches at each other on live TV a week ago.
Had it not been for the timely intervention of show host Nana Ama McBrown and some panelists on the show including Bulldog, the end result would have been very bad.
The two were however made to air their anger and later settled their differences.
The show ended with the two hugging each other as proof that they had made up. They also posed for a few photos together.
YEN.com.gh earlier reported that burgeoning gospel singer, MOG, expanded to mean ‘Man Of God’, has been seen in a video weeping emotionally as he heaped praise on Sam Korankye Ankrah of the Royalhouse Chapel International during a live show.
In a video sighted by YEN.com.gh, MOG is seen in a moment of worship when he pauses and starts singing the praises of Sam Korankye Ankrah.
“What you see here tonight is a testimony of a man who decided that though he had not seen my future, decided to sow a seed. A seed of mentorship, a seed of financial investment, a seed of spiritual covering and a seed of prayer,” MOG said.
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