Award-winning Ghanaian artist Stonebwoy has come under fire from commentator and entertainment writer Arnold Asamoah-Baidoo for his live video response to the recent military operation in Ashaiman.

Imoro Sherif, the 21-year-old soldier, is believed to have been killed on March 3 as he made his way home after work. Here is where it all began.

According to rumors of his passing, military personnel barged into the Ashaiman neighborhood, brutalized residents, and detained roughly 180 individuals.

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Arnold berated for producing a live video to address the problem on UTV's United Showbiz Entertainment Review show.

The claims he made in the live video, such as the one that the soldier was killed because he was pursuing someone's woman without any justification or proof, rendering it rather useless. What investigations did he conduct before he came to the conclusion that Imoro was killed because he was having an affair with someone's wife?

He then cautioned the singer of “Run Go” to exercise caution in the future, especially when a police investigation is involved.

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