I wish I could say I’m surprised but there are some of the male Ghanaian celebrities who engage in this practice.
It’s not only the ladies who are suffering from the dead Ghanaians showbiz industry and are forced into ‘ashawobritism’ – some of the guys have to survive the same way.
Funny Face has allegedly landed into trouble after duping a Ghanaian lady based in the U.S.A.
Apparently the two were dating, Funny Face proposed to her and she said yes.
On the back of that, he borrowed $53,000 from her at various times which she happily gave him.
He then dumped her and has since refused to pay back the money.
After doing all she can to retrieve the money from Funny Face, the lady is fed up and has sued him at the Accra High Court.
In the suit: “Plaintiff avers that as their love affair grew stronger, the Defendant proposed to marry her; a proposal she gladly accepted. Plaintiff avers that due to the Defendant’s proposal and promise to marry her, she took more than usual interest in affairs of the Defendant. That the Defendant was always requesting for financial assistance from her and she went beyond what is expected of an unmarried acquaintance to meet the unusual financial needs of the Defendant.”
The lady is seeking damages of $53,000 or its Ghana cedi equivalent and for Funny Face to be declared as having defrauded her by false pretenses.