A striking video has emerged of popular Ghanaian millionaire Ibrah One at a cemetery in Accra sternly warning persons he considers as his detractors.
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In the strong-worded footage, the young millionaire who has a fleet of luxury cars and mansions in Accra issued a stern warning to people who are against his progress.
Recently, Ibrah One gained attention on social media when he apologised to the public for his past misdeeds and for all the offences he had committed against people in the past.
In his latest video, however, he is seen sending a strong warning to people pursuing him while at a cemetery.
''You see innocent people here. What a wicked world?” he quizzed.
''I didn’t want to go this hard but if people try me, I will show them pepper in this country. You think I’m here for Ghana,''Ibrah One is heard saying.
While the reason for his latest striking video is not immediately known, he indicated that people don’t want him to have his sanity and peace in the country.
Ibrah One cautioned people to stop their unwarranted interference in his affairs.
Watch the short video below.
In other stories, YEN.com.gh previously reported that Lawrence Nana Asiama Hanson better known Bulldog, the manager of Shatta Wale, has reacted to the trending saga about the now-defunct SM militant group.
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This comes amid news about the dissolution of the once vibrant group that became famous for bangers such as Taking Over, Thunder and others.
Earlier, YEN.com.gh highlighted that Ghanaian dancehall king Shatta Wale affirmed that he decided to sack the three SM militants Natty Lee, Captan, Addi Self, and Joint 77 from his camp.
The manager of Shatta Wale has reacted to the trending saga about the sacking of the former SM militant members.
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