Veteran Ghanaian international Asamoah Gyan, also known as Baby Jet, has started a campaign to raise money for well-known comedian Funny Face in response to the latter’s remarks from yesterday.
Funny Face vented to Ghanaians and well-wishers on the internet yesterday, stating that his financial limitations make seeing his kids nearly impossible.
Funny Face claims that because he is currently broke and lacks money, he hasn’t seen his kids in the last four years.
A well-known ally of the comedian, Asamoah Gyan, posted on Twitter to ask for support for the comedian, saying,
“I managed to call FUNNY FACE . He poured his heart out to me and I’m soo touched. I decided to start campaign to support the guy with 1000 momo on his number (0244812335).
Let’s show him love cos remember he brought joy to kids way back and if he can’t afford to see his kids cos he doesn’t have,why don’t we support have with the penny we can. Please donate to his number and show him love. From 1gh to any amount you can. God bless you all.“
I managed to call FUNNY FACE . He poured his heart out to me and I’m soo touched. I decided to start campaign to support the guy with 1000 momo on his number (0244812335). Let’s show him love cos remember he brought joy to kids way back and if he can’t afford to see his kids cos… pic.twitter.com/x8eghPmaoI
— ASAMOAH GYAN (@ASAMOAH_GYAN3) January 21, 2024
In other news, Ivan Quashigah, the executive producer and director of “YOLO” and “Things We Do For Love,” has expressed his sorrow over the passing of actor Vincent McCauley.
Quashigah bemoaned McCauley’s passing and the gap it leaves in her current and upcoming projects in a heartfelt Instagram post.
Ivan Quashigah also lamented a squandered chance to speak with McCauley, saying, “Yesterday, I made a mental note to call to discuss the new project and to find out if you were up for it. I failed to call. Hmmm. Just last year we lost your screen cousin in ‘Things We Do For Love’ Marleen (Lois) and your boss in Inspector Bediako – Ekow Blankson. Now you?. Lord teach us how to number our days and to recognize how few they are and help us to spend them as we should.”