Comedian Funnyface accuses his baby mama of domestic violence, shares video

Comedian Funnyface accuses his baby mama of domestic violence, shares video

- A Ghanaian comedian has called out his baby mama over her abusive nature towards him

- Identified as Funnyface, the entertainer posted a video of her after she had attacked him and seized his car keys

- Funnyface who has a following of almost 2 million on Instagram threatened to release 23 more videos which captured moments she abused him

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Ghanaian comedian, Funnyface, has taken to social media to expose his baby mama as he accused her of domestic violence.

Apparently, the lady identified as Vanessa had granted an interview in which she painted him in a bad light. In response, Funnyface took to his Instagram page of 1.9 million followers to expose her.

Sharing a video from one of her moments in which he alleged that she stopped him from going out and even called the police on him, he claimed he had 23 more of such which showed her maltreating him.

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Comedian Funnyface calls out his baby mama over domestic violence

Funnyface accused Vanessa of being physically violent. Photo credit: @therealfunnyface
Source: Instagram

"I have 23 wicked videos of u Vanessa maltreating me in dis house .. slapping me here and der .. in all with tears I shake my head and say let me do my best for #ELLAandBELLA to grow with us."

Funnyface who has two children with Vanessa also accused her of frustrating him when she was carrying his children. He added that he knew he had made a mistake when he discovered tattoos of men on her body, none of whom stayed with her.

"When I noticed u have tattoos names of guys on ur Body but yet none of dem stayed with u .. I knew I have found a knife, not a wife but that time u were pregnant with #EllaandBella one month .. and ooh boy how u have used dis pregnancy to frustrate my life and till even given birth .. you still have da guts to come lie on me."
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Below are some of the reactions his post got:


"Violence on men is always overlooked, but it actually does happen."


"The lady even looks like one of all those UFC female wrestlers."


"Watch how this wont be taken seriously cos it's a man as the victim. Watch most women laugh and make funny comments. Double standard stupidity."


Very unfortunate. I keep wondering how people get into TOXIC RELATIONSHIPS and stay put despite everything they claim to be passing through. STOCKHOLM SYNDROME is bad. With all the stress in the world one will now add a toxic partner or spouse to their load...GOD forbid!


"Omo men go through serious abuses too in the hands of women and it is oftentimes overlooked or joked about. I pray he gets over this tho."
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Meanwhile, Nollywood actress Eve Esin and her filmmaker fiance, Chijioke Nneji, have reacted after being called out by the latter's ex-wife, Uche Ubanwa Loveth, for allegedly destroying her home and seizing her kids.

Recall Chijioke was called out for allegedly referring to his kids as "bastards". In a new post, he denied these claims and added that their union had been over for many years ago and they had gone their separate ways.

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