A Hip-hop artist from Ghana named Theo Vesachi was publicly humiliated by the two young soldiers. If you pay close attention to the video, you will notice that the men who took the footage were terrified of the military and were standing back, zooming in, and taking the footage.
Theo Vesachi was spotted sporting a white shirt and military-style pants. When the soldiers saw him, they did not like it and ordered him to stand still and take off his pants.
A buddy of the singer was observed pleading with the troops to pardon his comrade, but they paid no attention to him.
One of the soldiers was observed beating Theo Vesachi because he was taking his time taking off the trousers.
The men who were filming the video can be heard arguing that the soldiers from Ghana are incorrect.
This is so that even when the musician was taking off his costume, they continued to beat him.
The singer eventually took off the costume before hopping into his range rover and driving off.
He was fortunate to be donning boxers. He would have returned home naked if he had not been wearing boxers.
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