This Is What Ghanaian Are Saying About Meek Mill's "Music Video" At The Jubilee House
American rapper Meek Mill was in Ghana last December as one of the guests artistes at the Afro Nation concert. During his visit, he was at the Jubilee House to meet with the president of the Republic of Ghana.
Meek Mill is back in the United States but his name is trending in various social media platforms here in Ghana.
On Sunday, 8th January,2023; the rapper posted a free style music video on his Instagram announcing that he was set to release a new song. In the video, he was captured at various parts of the Jubilee House from the frontage through the main corridor, in the main conference hall, at a point he was behind the presidential lectern, and later in setting area rapping with his crew.
The video has since sparked outrage on social media as Ghanaians has expressed disappointments in the act as awful, citing moral and security grounds.
Below are some screenshots of popular Ghanaian reactions on social media:
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