NigeriaTrends.com — Top Ghanaian comedian, Nana Yaw Oduro Boateng popularly known as Funny Face, has come out to reveal how physical appearance of his ex-wife lured him into marrying her.
Funny Face spoke in an interview with UTV saying his wife committed 36 unforgiving sins in their marriage.
Funny Face Marriage with Ex-Wife
He said his ex-wife’s massive bumbum and hips were part of what lured him into marrying her – a mistake he now greatly regrets.
The popular Ghanaian comedian, admitted that his “useless” marriage to Elisabeth Adjoa Ntim ended in divorce because she committed 36 ‘sins’ which were “worse than killing.”
In his own words, Funny Face said, “My marriage was a useless mistake.”
There were rumors and speculations that his ex-wife was sleeping around with even friends of her husband Funny Face, but the comedian said some of his ex-spouse’s other sins were worse than adultery.
During the interview with UTV, Funny Face added that, “I didn’t do my homework well before marrying her. Big buttocks and ass and hips pushed me into marrying her.”
He went on to explain that a tracker he installed in his ex-wife’s car recorded all her sins, which he has decided not to speak about since January 2016.
He said, “I almost committed suicide but the gun wouldn’t shoot when I pulled the trigger.”
“What I’ve been through is worse than killing… I’ve moved on, but I’m hurt because of the lies people are peddling about me.”
The comedian said he has learnt his lessons and that he did his homework before choosing his current partner whose character “I saw before I saw her buttocks.”
Funny Face also added that, “her vision, simplicity, what she wants to do in life and her love for kids” made him choose her.
Now, checkout some hilarious Funny Face Videos to make your day…
Funny Face Videos To Make You Laugh
This Funny Face video is from a Vodafone commercial: Like Seriously … Duuuhh !! 🤣😂
Checkout this other hilarious video of Funny Face dancing
Now tell us, would you say Funny Face is a good dancer? Drop your comments below!
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