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Stop pretending, speak up! – Shatta Wale reacts to Funny Face’s accident

Concerning comedian Funny Face’s mental health, dancehall artist Shatta Wale has stated that his issues are not just a result of a broken marriage but rather a reflection of deeper issues in the creative industry.


Shatta Wale begged those impacted to get help in a Facebook post, demanding an end to the cycle of despair and annoyance that befalls those involved in Ghana’s creative arts sector.

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The creative arts sector needs to stop using despair and frustration as a means of self-punishment. It is now the right time to ask for assistance. Funny Face’s problems are not just a marriage problem; they are a sign of larger structural problems in our creative industries.


“Let us stop acting like nothing is wrong and accept the dysfunction in our institutions. Say something—it is time for a shift! Apologies, Funny Face, my sibling. God grant you strength to get through it.”


With Funny Face’s involvement in a violent car accident in Kasoa, Central Region, the discussion about his mental health has regained momentum. Shatta Wale’s remarks contribute to this discussion.

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The comedian’s speeding car struck three pedestrians at Kasoa’s Kakraba Junction, according to witnesses, before it collided with the motorcycle riders.


A mother, two kids, and two adults riding motorcycles were among the numerous pedestrians hurt as a result of this.


Meanwhile, the injured are still being treated at the hospital, and Funny Face is currently being held by police.

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