- AMG rapper, Medikal, has been arrested by the police on Thursday evening
- He has been arrested for allegedly brandishing a gun in a video on social media
- Medikal's arrest comes after his godfather, Shatta Wale, was handed a one-week remand sentence by a Circuit Court in Accra
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Award-winning rapper and husband of Fella Makafui, Medikal, has been arrested by the police.
Medikal, born Samuel Adu-Frimpong, was arrested on the evening of Thursday, October 21, 2021.
Citinewsroom reports that Medikal has been arrested in connection with a video in which he brandished a gun.
The report indicated that Medikal was brought to the charge office of the Accra Regional Police Command and was in custody at the time of the report.
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Medikal is reported to have arrived at the police charge office with his wife, Fella Makafui.
Medikal's godfather Shatta Wale remanded
The arrest of Medikal comes just a few hours after his godfather, Shatta Wale, was remanded into police custody for one week.
Shatta Wale was remanded alongside three other accomplices when they appeared before the Circuit Court in Accra.
Medikal and his wife who had been calling for Shatta Wale to be released were at the court to support him.
Artistes and showbiz stars should be careful
Commenting on the arrest of Medikal, Enews.com.gh's editor, Myers Hansen, advised that musicians and other entertainers should be careful about their activities.
Hansen indicated that even though showbiz allows for stunts and show-offs, players should know that there are laws in Ghana and they have to operate within.
"The operations of the police these days show they are not taking anything lightly. It is thus important that our stars go about their duties and activities within the confines of the law in order not to fall foul.
"If they all understand things this way, we won't the problems Shatta Wale and Medikal are facing going forward," he said.
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