Source: Musa Dawud
Gideon Ofori, a young blogger has found himself at the wrong side of the law for making publication that Reggae dance-hall artist Stonebwoy and his wife Dr. Louisa’s son is for his former manager BLAKK cedi.
In a facebook post, the blogger said Stonebwoy’s son Janam, is actually BLAKK cedi’s son, and this has got the Artist furious, reporting the issue to the Ghana Police Service.
According to sources, Stonebwoy and his Wife, Dr. Louisa has vowed to teach Gideon a lesson. In fear of punishment, the blogger took his Facebook page to render an unqualified apology to Stonebwoy for what he published.
The blogger wrote in a long post; “On 27th December 2020, I made a publication on my timeline promulgating a false Rumour that Dr Louisa’s son is for BLAKK cedi instead of Stonebwoy. This is rather distasteful false Rumour has been widely circulated. And the consequences have been invited by the police to assist in investigation”.
“I want to take this medium to send an apology to Dr. Louisa, Husband (Stonebwoy), the family, and the fan base for subjecting them to public ridicule and pain due to my amateurish type of blogging”, Gideon apologies.
To redeem the image of the Dance Hall Artiste, the young blogger, has called on all celebrities, other bloggers and social media users who had screenshot the post and publicized it on their platform to pull it down.
“To my colleague bloggers, it is about time we get serious with what we do and also take the ethics of our job serious in other not to infringe on people’s right”, the blogger advised.
He concluded that he has learnt a lesson from publishing a false Rumour, thus he urged all bloggers to work within the ethics of blogging in order not find themselves in similar situation he found himself.
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