Popular American rapper Meek Mill who recently found out through DNA that he is part Ghanaian has dominated social media for shooting a music video at the official residence of the President.
You could recall that Meek Mill was in Ghana a few weeks ago. He was one of the guests at the Afro-Nation concert in Ghana over the Christmas holidays. He enjoyed the few days he spent in the country as he was all over the township of Accra with riders.
Though the latter part of his stay was a bit sour as his phone was been pickpocketed at the concert, he confessed his love for the country and its people.
Golden Jubilee House, or Jubilee House, is the presidential palace in Accra that serves as a residence and office to the President of Ghana. Jubilee House is built on the site of a building that was constructed and used for administrative purposes by the British Gold Coast Government.
Obviously, the music video was shot at the Golden Jubilee House during his stay in the country. Both the rapper and the president by Ghanaians because they feel a Ghanaian artiste won’t be allowed to do the same as Meek.
The music video was posted by himself on his official Instagram account.