- Popular dancehall musician Epixode has been seen in a video getting arrested by some police officers
- In the video, the police were seen whisking away the dancehall musician while others stood, looking on
- Fans and social media users, after watching the video, expressed their opinion on the saga
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Ghanaian dancehall musician Epixode has reportedly gotten into trouble and was whisked away by police officers as a result.
In the video, the dancehall musician was seen being heckled by the police as they carried him away.
Other on-lookers while they saw the dancehall musician being pushed away tried to find out why he was being carried away.
Meanwhile, the reason he was being arrested by the police is not readily known but the video is currently trending online.
Fans and social media users, after watching the video, expressed their opinion about the incident:
@abena_may complained about the police: "Hmm the say the police is our friend buh I don't see their friendship."
@lemo_otedola had this to say: "Did you say common, we are all common, the police is ur friend when you are not guilty wai."
@iam_ashkari11 commented: "The police is our friend bt Ghana police are something else."
@dominickie20 expressed sadness at the issue: "This is sooo sad...I wonder what this cool guy did."
@kun.605 quizzed the action of the police: "Ahhh wat is wrong with gh police? This is totally wrong hmmm."
Deducing from the comments, it is evident that fans and social media users were not happy about the incident.
In other news, YEN.com.gh has published a story about Shatta Wale after he flaunted his new Range Rover gift.
In the photo, the dancehall musician sat on the car as he revealed that his godfather bought the car for him as a gift.
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