‘2-minute’ Funny Face chased for sex drug ad

Funny Face and wife, Nana Adjoa, divoccrced in 2017[/caption] A sex drug company wants to use Ghanaian comedian and actor Funny Face to promote a product. Funny Face took to his social media platforms to express upset following the contact by the aphrodisiac company about using him to promote the sex product. The drug is said to make a man last long in bed Wind back to when Funny Face and his wife got divorced in 2017. His wife, Elizabeth Nana Adjoa Ntim, stated in an interview that her ex-husband was not capable of satisfying her sexually and also ejaculated early and lasted for just 2 minutes whenever they were intimate. This came as a big blow to Funny Face’s private life and left his “man power” questionable by many people with others still making fun of him. He did come out to reject the assertion made against him by his former wife, nonetheless, as people still doubted him while others believed and dismissed the fact that his former wife wanted to get back at him. But on Twitter over the weekend, the comedian disclosed that a company reached out to him, asking him to promote a drug of its that helps in sexual enhancement and also prolong the time of intercourse. When he questioned their decision, they said, it was because of his situation. According to Funny Face, he got upset about the fact that the company believed the allegations of his former wife and actually wants to use it to market its drug. He didn’t complain, however, as demanded GH¢500,000, which the firm felt was too much. In a video posted on Twitter, Funny Face born Nana Yaw Oduro Boateng explained that the company was surprised about the money he asked for, saying it was unreasonable. Watch the video below: https://twitter.com/i/status/1023493154614517762 By Nanaakua Yeboah|3news.com|Ghana ]]>