Ghanaians have expressed displeasure after photos and videos showed American rapper, Meek Mill at the seat of government, the Jubilee House, shooting a music video.
The ‘All Eyes On Me’ rhymer came to Ghana in December for a musical concert- Afro Nation Concert. Beyond that, he has openly expressed his love for the country which probably saw him extending his stay and making friends with industry players and Ghanaian artists.
Reports indicate he has returned to the US, but a snippet of a music video he shot in Ghana’s Jubilee House which he just shared on Twitter has not impressed some Ghanaians. See a few samples of their agitations we have gathered for you;
@Zainat wrote on Twitter: As Meek Mill come turn wanna Jubilee House into a music video set, I think it’s only fair to allow @wanlov to shoot a second video for “Toto” there.
@Rita Mensah also commented: Nah!! This is getting serious, why are we allowing this? Can Meek Mill shoot a music video in the white house? Eii Gh lol What a country! We have given these guys too much liberty they don’t even have in their country.
@Daniel Sakitey also wrote: Meek Mill really shot a music video at Jubilee House? This is the lowest point we can get as a country What happened to “Jubilee House is a security zone” Even American Embassy in Ghana, you can’t take pictures and Ghana. allows Jubilee House to become studio. We are FINISH
@Kwame Dussey: How can I explain to my children that my president opened the seat of our government to Meek Mill, a foreign musician to shoot his music video in it? How? Imagine Sarkodie wants to shoot a music video in the White House? Can this happen in America?