Meek Mill announced his second visit to Ghana as he explained why he deleted the “Jubilee House” video from the internet.
According to him, he took down the video of his visit to the Presidential Jubilee House in Ghana from the internet because ‘he respects people’.
This comes nearly a year after Meek Mill visited Ghana for a gig at Afronation that was accompanied by music video music at Akufo Addo’s presidential palace.
Despite apologising and admitting his mistake, as well as deleting the flag staff house music video, which was shot in December 2022, the rapper still faced a lot of criticism.
During his performance at Afronation in Ghana, the Philadelphia-born rapper was pickpocketed by a suspect identified as Nuhu Sule alias Ababaawa, who was caught by police thanks to the intervention of dancehall artist Shatta Wale.
On Wednesday, October 25, Meek Mill described how he swiftly took action by removing the music video from his social media handles.
His statement comes as a response to a question (with hash tag #askmeek) from a fan on the X platform formerly known as Twitter on why he deleted the video at that time.
“Why did you delete the music video you shot when you came to Ghana?” the fan with the username ‘Kojo_Juvenil asked to which Meek Mill responded saying , “They ain’t like it I respect people.”
The “Dreams and Nightmares” rapper also revealed his intentions of coming back to Ghana soon.
“I’m coming back to Ghana too,” he added
See his tweet below: