- Chance the Rapper and Vic Mensa is really having a blast in Ghana as he keeps meeting all of our notable stars and personalities following his visit to Ghana
- Vic Mensa and Chance The Rapper have paid a courtesy call on Nana Addo at the Jubilee House as seen in photos trending online
- The artiste recently linked up with rapper Sarkodie after making his desire to meet him known in a post he made on twitter
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Renowned American rapper with Ghanaian descent, Vic Mensa and Chance The Rapper are making the very best memories out if their New Year's visit to Ghana as they meet paid courtesy call to Nana Akuffo-Addo.
The duo earlier in the week met with President Akufo-Addo at the Jubilee House. They visited the seat of government as seen in pictures making waves online.
The meeting was to discuss an idea that could aid in bridging the gap between artistes in Ghana and the U.S, according to the Beyond the Return’s Instagram page.
Chance The Rapper and Vic Mensa hoped to use their strong ties and relationships in the music industry to link artistes as well as flag high Ghanaian talents to the rest of Africa.
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The US rapper also took to his Instagram to share beautiful moments from the meeting with the president at the Jubilee house.
Chance The Rapper also got netizens surprise as he visited a local church he claims his family built years ago on Sunday (January 9) morning.
Sarkodie Drops Reply as US Star Chance The Rapper Expresses Desire to Meet him
Popular American rapper and record producer, Chancelor Johnathan Bennett, widely known as Chance The Rapper after indicating his desire to meet arguably Ghana's most formidable artiste, Sarkodie has been responded to by the artiste himself.
The US star prior to his visit had revealed his intentions to visit Ghana a couple of times. He expressed he wished to touch down to Ghana to spend the holidays with Ghanaians and probably have a feel of what it feels like to be Ghana.
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