'Changed man' Funny Face renders apology to Ghana Police Service in video

'Changed man' Funny Face renders apology to Ghana Police Service in video

- Funny Face has rendered an apology to the police following his outbursts

- The actor and musician took to social media to take back all the unprintable words he used on the security institution

- Funny Face is currently on a road to recovery after he was ordered to be detained in a mental facility

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Ghanaian actor and musician, Benson Nana Yaw Oduro popularly known as Funny Face, has rendered an unqualified apology to the Ghana Police Service.

In a video sighted by YEN.com.gh on the official Instagram page of the Cow and Chicken actor, Funny Face was seen standing on the compound of his house as he recorded the video.

The comedian rendered the apology by extending it to the Inspector General of Police right down to the last policeman over his outbursts.

'Changed man' Funny Face renders apology to Ghana Police Service in video
'Changed man' Funny Face renders apology to Ghana Police Service in video
Source: UGC

He admitted not being fair to the security outfit by using words that were not fit to be used on them in the moments when he was facing some challenges.

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Funny Face extended special apologies to the Cape Coast Regional Command and the Pentecost Division of Millenium City.

According to him, he was going through a lot as an actor, therefore, had to engage in an altercation with the security service that went viral on social media.

He said he accepts the fact that most of the things he said about them were nowhere near the true reflection of the service or his real behaviour.

Many fans and followers of the actor took to the comment section to commend him for being bold enough to accept his mistakes and apologizing for same.

It would be recalled that Funny Face was arrested in Rambo style some weeks ago on the streets of Kasoa and the video went viral on social media.

Following the arrest, the comedian took to social media to use unprintable words on the police service and called for an end to police brutality.

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This is due to the fact that the actor claimed that while in police custody, he was maltreated by elements within the police service.

Speaking about comedians, YEN.com.gh earlier reported that Ghanaian actress and producer Tracey Boakye has put a smile on the face of a burgeoning comedian, Kyekyeku by surprising him with a $2,000 gift in a video.

In the video sighted by YEN.com.gh, Tracey Boakye invited Kyekyeku over to her plush gold-themed mansion in Ashaley Botwe.

The duo was seen sitting in the plush living room of the actress when she asked Kyekyeku to give her 'chop money.'

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Source: Yen Newspaper

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