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General Hospital Shocking: Ingo Rademacher Stirs Trouble Again, Fans SLAM Him

Daytime was shaken by the heartwrenching news of General Hospital star Johnny Wactor’s untimely demise. The actor fell prey to a robbery gone wrong. Some portals are also carrying the news that he took a bullet while actually trying to safeguard someone, the man has gone out a real hero.

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All his loved ones took to their social media to voice their heartbreaks over Johnny’s passing. The actor who was most popularly known for playing Brando on General Hospital was truly loved and adored by everyone who knew him. All his former co-stars wrote messages for him. However, the one from Ingo Rademacher is receiving a lot of heat from fans.

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GH/ Ingo Radermacher pays respects to Johnny Wactor

The General Hospital former started his Instagram post by voicing how saddened he is by Johnny’s passing. “He was a really good human. I always enjoyed my conversations with him. My condolences to his family,” the ex-Jax actor wrote.

Also Read: New Details About Johnny Wactor’s Shooting Surfaces

However, he soon shifted gears and plunged into a more politically motivated stance in the same post, by calling people to vote out the current office bearers of LA, if they want to stop the crimes in the area. While Ingo’s intentions with the post may have been positive, it has rubbed many fans the wrong way.

A large section of the General Hospital fandom took to social media to call Ingo out on his “distasteful” remark. Claiming that Johnny’s family and friends should not have to read about the tragedy being used to push a political agenda. Some others tossed the post aside saying that Ingo is not a cast member anymore, and should not be paid heed to.

Yet, some General Hospital fans defended Ingo, and said that the actor has the right to voice his opinion. What’s your take on it? Should Ingo Rademacher have refrained from making his post for Johnny about politics?

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