‘Our Leaders Are Clowns’ – Ghanaians React to Meek Mill’s Music Video Shot At The Jubilee House During His Visit To President Akuffo Addo

‘Our Leaders Are Clowns’ - Ghanaians React to Meek Mill's Music Video Shot At The Jubilee House During His Visit To President Akuffo Addo

Meek Mill, who has returned to the United States, has appeared on Ghana’s trending list following a musical video he has shared on his social media platform.

Meek Mill who was in Ghana for the holidays, claimed to have lost his phone before taking the stage to perform at Afronation Ghana and meeting the president at the Jubilee House.

During his meeting with President Nana Akuffo Addo, Meek Mill was seen in photos standing at the back of the president’s podium in his shorts which incensed Ghanaians.

However, in the late hours of Sunday, January 8, 2023, the rapper posted an Instagram video of himself rapping from frontage, through the main corridors, in the main conference hall – at a point positioned behind the presidential lectern – and later in a sitting area.

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“NOT INDUSTRY POWERED” we make the narrative A GHANAAAAAAAAA2 E I felt like a king there!!! “All real footage” “power rap” at the “presidental villa” — he captioned the video

With this, many Ghanaians were concerned as to why Meek Mill had the audacity to shoot a music video at the Jubilee House during his visit at the presidential office.

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Other social media users and top Twitter influencers claimed that the American rapper disrespected Ghana’s presidency by filming a music video at the Flagstaff House.


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Eben Mugeez

Eben Mugeez is a publicist who owns Hello Vybes, covers and publish stories about celebrities, entertainment news in Ghana, Sports, Economic, Business more.

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