Emotional Funny Face Flaunts His Twins As He Reveals How He Nearly Committed Suicide Because His Wife Said He’s A 1-Minute Man

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Funny Face has revealed that being mocked by Ghanaians for being a ‘1-minute man’ nearly led him to commit suicide.

In an emotional post on social media flaunting his newborn twins, Funny Face recounted how things were nearly so bad he wanted to end it all.

His ex-wife allegedly said he’s bad in bed and it seems that bothered him more than he let on.

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According to him, the mockery and shame that came from that period of his life nearly led him to kill himself.

“I don’t know what you are going through at dis moment of ur life .. but I came to tell u not to give up on life .. da boy u see in dis video with his twin girls #ELLAandBELLA. … was lied on and he became a national mockery .. the very thing they will use to disgrace u … will be da same thing GOD will use to elevate you to HIS GLORY …. this very hall I stand is dis same very hall I took a gun to commit suicide because the disgrace and mockery was too much …” he revealed.

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Funny Face used the ‘testimony’ to advice others going through hardships to know there’s light at the end of the tunnel.

Source: GhanaCelebriteis.Com


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