VIDEO: “If You F00l, You Will D!e And Leave Venessa And The Kids Alive” – Avraham Ben Moshe Warns Funny Face Amid His Baby Mama Brouhaha

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Avraham Ben Moshe, leader of the Common Sense Family (CSF) has told Ghanaian comedian Funny Face to stop f00ling in his quest to get back his kids from his baby mama, Vanessa Nicole.

In the video sighted on his social media page, Avraham mentioned that Funny Face is under immense stress because of his deep concern for his children.

READ ALSO: I’ll drop the video – Funny Face accuses Vanessa of sleeping with another man while being pregnant for him

He added that this intense emotional strain is adversely affecting the comedian’s health.

the outspoken social media sensation also expressed his dismay over the situation, accusing Vanessa Nicole of using their children as a psychological weapon against Funny Face.

He urged the comedian to focus on his mental health and stop chasing after the kids, warning that continuing down this path could lead to a premature death.

The custody dispute between Funny Face and Venessa recently intensified after a leaked WhatsApp conversation revealed the former’s efforts to communicate with his daughters and provide financial support despite his challenges.

The conversation showed the comedian repeatedly reaching out to Vanessa Nicole, expressing his desire to be involved in his daughters’ lives and detailing his monthly payment of GH¢1,100 for their upkeep, despite not having a steady income since his release from prison.

The leak sparked debate on social media, with some people criticizing Funny Face for making private conversations public.

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