According to a fast trending video on the social media as spotted by MartinezTV saw two gentlemen fighting in public but what they were seen holding has raised a lot of concern on the social media. Looking at the video critically saw the two young men holding something while in public which is alleged to be a gun. The young men were seen stoping their cars to exchange blow while in the middle of the street.
Watching the video critically, we did not see anything like shootings occuring but exchanging of words. Though the place where this incident happened hasn't been reported yet but it is believe the incident happened in Ghana. Many people were seen at the place where the incident happened to separate them.
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