- Popular Jamaican superstar Popcaan has bought a mansion in Ghana worth ¢31m after Year of Return commemorations
- Popcaan, also known as Unruly Boss criticized colleague artistes for only buying houses in Jamaica
- The timely purchase made by Popcaan coincides with 'Beyond The Return' which encourages diasporans to invest in Ghana
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Highly sought-after singer and songwriter from Jamaica popularly known as Popcaan has bought a whopping $5.5m mansion in Ghana on the back of Ghana's Year of Return commemoration.
The top Jamaican artiste made the eye-popping revelation in a video he posted on his official social media handle.
In the video, Popcaan who is also known as the Unruly Boss flaunted the huge mansion, showing different amazing parts and the internal designs.
See video below:
Popcaan himself was overheard saying: “Over Africa wicked man ting. Mi jus buy mi brand new house over Ghana. Yuh haffi have house everyweh!”
Speaking about his initiative and what his colleagues choose to spend money on, Popcaan criticized other artistes for only wanting houses in Jamaica.
The Unruly Boss' acquisition has been lauded by many who believe it ties in with the Government’s ‘Beyond the Return’ agenda.
It would be recalled that President Nana Addo Danquah Akufo-Addo launched phase two of the Year of Return dubbed the "Beyond The Return, The Diaspora Dividend" initiative.
Beyond The Return aims at encouraging Africans in the diaspora to invest in the country to make it a better place and Popcaan has just set the pace.
In other reports, Lincoln Theodore Monroe Andrew Perry was a famous Black actor who appeared in scores of films in the 1920s and 1930s but suddenly vanished from the scenes and never came up again.
A news report indicates that the gentleman who was born in 1892, had many great achievements for his exploits at the peak of his career.
Perry received a Stepin Fetchit star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame in 1960, got a Special Image Award from the Hollywood chapter of the NAACP in 1976, and was inducted into the Black Filmmakers Hall of Fame in 1978.
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