Ama K. Abebrese, an accomplished actress and film producer in Ghana, has recently weighed in on the controversy surrounding Meek Mill’s decision to film a music video on the grounds of Accra’s presidential palace.
Ama tweeted that it would come as a complete surprise if she was not allowed to film her next movie in the Jubilee House as a citizen.
“I’m going to request to shoot scenes for my next movie at Jubilee House. I really hope that the Office of the President grants permission. Because if they don’t,” she said.
“I will commend the @GhPoliceService PRO team. Anytime we need uniforms and other apparel and equipment for movie shoots and follow due process, they have usually been accommodating to productions I’ve worked on” she tweeted.
Following the release of Meek Mill’s newest music video, in which he can be seen at Nana Addo Dankwa Akufo-home residence and office as Ghana’s president, the prominent American rapper has received backlash from the country’s leadership.
As expected, the rapper has issued an apology to the people of Ghana and the president’s office after receiving widespread criticism for his disrespectful act.
Check out her tweets below