Let’s Not Abandon Funny Face – Eddie Watson Tells Ghanaians
Liberian-born Ghana actor, Eddie Watson has pleaded with Ghanaians not to abandon Funny Face.
Following his recent issue which has been described as depression, Eddie in a post on Instagram begged close friends and family of the ‘Kasoa Trotro’ actor to reach out to him.
He advised they should not sit down and wait to see his end.
Eddie Watson reminisced the laughter and joy that he brought to many homes and hearts.
He wrote: “Funny Face has never been my friend and I don’t think we’ve ever had a proper conversation. But one think I can say for sure is he’s made me laugh a lot. And like me, I know he’s brought smiles, laughters and joy to many homes and hearts. I don’t know what’s going on with him, but he seems to be having some real tough times. Ghana, let him not be abandoned. Let’s not turn away or sit in our corners waiting to see the end of him.
“I’m begging those close friends and family of Funny to please reach out to him. We are all not perfect! What I see now is a complete 360 from what we all loved and admired. Wherever he’s gone wrong, let’s show mercy and compassion. Your OWN is your OWN! ❤️ 🇬🇭 #funnyface #depression #depressionisreal.”