Shatta Wale Lash Out At Ghanaians For Attacking Meek Mill And Addo D For Shooting Music Video At Jubilee House

Shatta Wale Lash Out At Ghanaians For Attacking Meek Mill And Addo D For Shooting Music Video At Jubilee House

  • Dancehall artiste Shatta Wale has called out Ghanaians who are attacking American rapper Meek Mill for shooting a music video at the Jubilee House
  • According to Shatta Wale, Ghanaians should channel their anger towards other pertinent issues that need solving
  • He further stated that Ghanaians should not be angry at Meek Mill for the video since he is a fellow African man and brother

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Self-acclaimed dancehall king, Shatta Wale, has shared his opinion on the current brouhaha regarding the Akufo-Addo government American rapper Meek Mill.

Shatta Wale and Akufo-Addo and Meek Mill
Shatta Wale and Akufo-Addo at the Jubilee Hosue and Meek Mill in America. Photo Source: @shattawalenima @nakufoaddo @meekmill
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This comes after many Ghanaians expressed their frustrations after Meek Mill released a music video which was shot at the Jubilee House.

The Jubilee House is the presidential palace located in Accra and serves as a residence as well as the office of the President of Ghana.

After the video surfaced on the internet, Shatta Wale hinted that people who visit the White House in the United States of America are allowed to take photos and videos.

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However, Shatta Wale noted that he does not understand the agitation of many Ghanaians since President Akufo-Addo is the mastermind of the 'Year of Return' initiative, that seeks to encourage diasporans to visit Ghana.

He called such persons "villagers" for attacking Meek Mill and referred to Meek Mill as a brother to Ghanaians.

In a series of tweets on social media, he hinted that Ghanaians cannot do anything because Meek Mill has already shot the music video and it is out there.

The 'On God' hitmaker then urged Ghanaians to pay attention to other matters of interest that need solving rather than lash out at Akufo-Addo.

Meek Mill's Phone Gets Stolen: Shatta Wale Begs The Streets To Return Rapper's Phone

Meanwhile, in another story, reported that American musician, Meek Mill, got his phone jacked on Friday dawn at the Afro Nation Concert in Accra.

The musician attended the show with an entourage of biker boys who were all over him. The rapper later reported that his phone had been picked up and pleaded with the perpetrators to return his device.

Dancehall star, Shatta Wale, who is known largely for his street credibility, sympathised with Meek as he took to his Twitter page to help him find the phone.

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