The American rapper Meek Mill has said that he won’t go to Ghana by himself the next time after receiving criticism from many Ghanaians for filming a music video at the Jubilee House.
The singer sent a tweet in which he declared his intention to encourage people to travel to Ghana with him.
“I’m bringing my hood the next time I travel to Africa! They must visit Ghana, he tweeted on January 20, 2023.
Meek Mill was caught rapping throughout the presidency, including on the facade, in significant halls, in the main conference hall (at a point just behind the public lectern), and in a sitting room, in the widely panned Jubilee House video for which he has subsequently issued an apology.
Many online users were incensed by his move because they felt it showed disrespect for the presidency and raised ethical and security issues.
The public has criticised prominent Twitter influencers in particular for allowing such sensitive locations to be taped for a music video.