I Deleted The Jubilee House Video Because Ghanaians Didn’t Like It – Meek Mill

American rapper, Meek Mill, has shared purposes behind erasing bits of the music video he took shots at the Jubilee House from his online entertainment stages, months prior while in Ghana.

Prior in January, Meek Mill invested energy in the country to perform at the ‘Afro Nation’ show and, surprisingly, shot a music video at the seat of the president, a circumstance which mixed monstrous responses on the web.

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Quiet shared a scrap of the said visual, on his Instagram and Twitter, yet not long from now subsequently erased it because of the force of the kickback that followed.

The American rapper was rammed for what was named as tainting the authority official seat of Ghana, as many individuals tracked down the choice to film a music video there to be insolent.

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In any case, reviewing the experience and why he chose to erase pieces of the music video, Meek Mill said he saw Ghanaians were against the demonstration.

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His assertion was a reaction to a fan who inquired as to why he erased the visuals then, at that point.

The Tweep inquired, “For what reason did you erase the music video you shot when you came to Ghana?” Meek Mill answered, “They ain’t similar to it I regard individuals.”

He, notwithstanding, unveiled his aims of visiting Ghana again very soon.

“I’m returning to Ghana as well. “

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