Medikal and Fella Makafui put their plush living room on display

Medikal and Fella Makafui put their plush living room on display

- Rapper Medikal and his wife Fella Makafui have flaunted their living room in a video that has gone viral on social media

- In the video, Medikal was seen standing in the middle of his plush living room while dancing

- Fans and social media users, after watching the video, expressed their opinion about the rapper's plush living room

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Award-winning rapper Medikal has given his fans a sneak-peek into his expensive living room in a new video posted on social media.

In a video, Medikal was seen standing in the middle of his plush living room while dancing to a song.

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While Medikal's living room had several portraits of his wife and himself, it also had numerous awards won by Medikal also captured in the video.

He also had a beautiful shelf with various flowers on it.

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Medikal is one of the Ghanaian rappers who is known to brag about his riches on social media with the slightest chance he gets.

Fans and social media users, after watching the video, expressed their admiration for the rapper's funny dance moves:

shaylah.jones: 'Wo nni haw'

kobbi_mani: 'Fadaaaaaaaaaaa'

quakumenzgold: 'My boss'

countryman_viva: 'Kwabena wabodam'

saico_official: 'Suotuom MJ'

YEN.com.gh earlier reported that Ghanaian rapper and AMG boss Criss Waddle had stated that he and rapper Medikal would be distributing food to 500 people during the period of the lockdown.

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According to the AMG Business boss, since most people only prepared for the two weeks lockdown that was earlier announced by the president but didn't have the opportunity to prepare for the extension, he and Medikal decided to embark on a humanitarian mission.

In a post sighted YEN.com.gh, Criss Waddle said he does not want people to go hungry therefore he and Medikal will be providing food for 500 people who will not necessarily be their fans.

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