Rapper Kofi Mole mobbed as he visits the chief of his hometown in a new video

Rapper Kofi Mole mobbed as he visits the chief of his hometown in a new video

- Rapper Kofi Mole received major love when he visited his hometown

- The Don't be late rapper presented his awards to the chief of his hometown

- Mole was mobbed by the people in his hometown, giving him what is said to be a star's welcome

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A video has popped up online of rapper Kofi Mole being mobbed on a visit to his hometown.

The "Don't Be Late" hitmaker paid a courtesy call on the chief of Abuakwa-Kumasi where he presented the awards he's won so far to him.

Rapper Kofi Mole mobbed as he visits chief of his hometown in new video
Rapper Kofi Mole mobbed as he visits chief of his hometown in a new video. Photo source: user-generated
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The video shows Mole being mobbed by the excited citizens of his hometown, who are believed to be happy to welcome home the star rapper.

"BEAUTIFUL VIBES," commented Reggie Rockstone, and Quamina MP wrote: My Brodaaaaa"

Watch the video below.

In other news, Ghanaian rapper, D-Black says he is on a mission to bring Afia Schwar and Delay together and he has done that with his new album, Loyalty.

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In the video sighted by YEN.com.gh, D-Black is heard first speaking with Afia Schwar on the phone and asked for her views on loyalty. Afia explained that loyalty, to her, means openness, communication, and complete trust in your partner.

Complete trust, she explains, means that you don’t even ask where she is if she tells you that she is going out with friends. She added that loyalty also means not going to hang out with those your partner has as enemies.

Afia, however, said some people view loyalty as abuse, especially in relationships. While speaking with Afia, D-Black prompted her that there was another call on the line which he wanted to answer.

It appeared that it was a call from Delay, who had called to speak on the same topic. For her part, Delay also views loyalty as openness and communication and not an abuse of trust.

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