- American celebrities are beginning to show interest in Africa due to the uniqueness and the beauty of the continent
- American rapper Meek Mill is planning to buy a mansion in Africa
- Meek Mill has not revealed the country he will be buying the mansion, but Nigerian, Ghanaian and South African nationals are convincing him to buy it in their country
- The Africans that took to Meek Mill's comment section told the rapper what he stands to gain in their country
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Multiple award-winning American rapper Meek Mill has revealed his plans of buying a mansion in Africa.
The rapper made the disclosure on his Twitter page on Tuesday, January 7, 2020, but failed to mention the African country he intends to buy the mansion.
YEN.com.gh gathers that Nigerians, Ghanaians and South Africans that commented on the post asked Meek Mill to buy the mansion in their country, telling him what he stands to gain.
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Below are some of the comments:
Meanwhile, YEN.com.gh previously reported that the chairman of Nigerians in Diaspora Commission (NIDCOM), Abike Dabiri-Erewa, reacted to the tweet by American rapper Cardi B jokingly saying she was filing for Nigerian citizenship after the US airstrike in Iraq.
President Donald Trump had ordered an airstrike in Iraq which killed a top Iranian commander Maj Gen Qasem Soleimani.
The airstrike, which caused division among the US lawmakers, led to heated reactions on social media platforms, especially Twitter where #WorldWarThree and other variations were trending.
Several memes about World War III were trending on Twitter as many believed a retaliation by Iran might degenerate into a full-blown war.
In other stories, YEN.com.gh reported Manhattan’s Loving Arms Soup Kitchen owner, Victor Rivera, who once struggled with homelessness is using his past hardships to help others move forward, by providing free warm meals to the needy in his community.
Resident in Bronx, Rivera, opened the doors of his eatery to welcome the public in with open arms this New Year’s Day, January 1, 2020. His struggling past enables him to connect to the issues of the deprived because he was once living in the same condition.
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