VIDEO: Arnold Asamoah-Baidoo Thinks He Is Wise Because He Speaks English On TV And Radio – Mr. Logic F!res

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Ghanaian entertainment critic, Mr. Logic has taken a swipe at his colleague Arnold Asamoah-Baidoo in a recent interview he had with Zionfelix on the ‘Uncut’ show.

Over the period, Arnold Asamoah-Baidoo has calved a niche for himself as one of the intellectual people in the entertainment space when it comes to the discussion of issues that pertains to the space.

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A lot of the time, many netizens and people who listen to Arnold have described him as one of the most discerning pundits in the entertainment space in the last few years based on how he approaches issues that are mostly put up for discussion.

While many applaud Arnold, Mr. Logic has an entirely different opinion about Arnold and he made this very clear when he spoke to Zionfelix recently.

According to Mr. Logic, Arnold only sees himself to be very wise because a lot of the time he churns out big grammar and vocabulary during arguments but that does not really prove anything.

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Mr. Logic added that he sees people who do such things as weak-minded because big vocab and grammar do not make them any wiser than the other.

However, when he is engaged in any debate, he combines his experiences gathered from the industry and other key things to make factual and more prudent arguments.

Check out the video for more…

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