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Entertainment of Thursday, 20 August 2020

Source: Pulse Ghana

Stonebwoy is creating impression that he beats his wife - MzGee

Ghanaian media personality, MzGee, has raised domestic violence concerns against Stonebwoy. According to the TV3 presenter, the dancehall artiste is creating the impression that he beats his wife at home.

MzGee's comment comes on the back of reports around Stonebwoy's physical assault on Angel Town at the Black Love virtual concert.

Speaking on TV3, MzGee said people are beginning to doubt that Stonebwoy is a gentleman, adding that "I've heard people alleged that with this attitude perhaps he beats his wife at home and all of that".

The panellists on the show, Ola Michael, George Britton and ExDoe, opposed her comment but she added that "that's the impression he is beginning to create in the minds of people, my producer is screaming she agrees".

Ola Michael cautioned her that she can't say so because Stonebwoy's wife has never complained and in replied in the video below that she said she has seen such comments on social media and it's not far fetched from the issue.

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MzGee Raises Domestic Violence Concerns Against Stonebwoy [Watch] MzGee whilst addressing reports on Stonebwoy’s physical assault on AngelTown (Sarkodie’s manager) on her show, has stated that the dancehall act is creating the perception that he beats his wife at home. The panelists on the show cautioned her not to draw such sensitive conclusions but she says her producer agrees and there are similar reports on social media, therefore, it’s not far fetched. [Press Play] and tell us what you think about this. Is there a cause for alarm in Stonebwoy’s house? Video Credit: TV3 Ghana #FameBugs #Ghana #Dancehall #Singer #StoneBwoy #GhanaNews #BhimNation #Sarkodie #BlackLove #DomesticViolence #Ghanaian #Celebrities #Gossip #Enews #FameBugs

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Update:

Reacting to the publication, MzGee told GhanaWeb: "I asked a question based on speculations on social media (at least I mentioned that per my presentation, that if you bothered to watch the video) and then it becomes my impression?

"I hardly waste time on things like these but in this case especially when I rendered an apology for the inference (from social media commentary) on Monday after the artiste reached out, I do not appreciate that your platforms have decided to put out lies."


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