Meek Mill under fire for shooting music video at Ghana’s Jubilee House

American rapper, Meek Mill has drawn harsh criticism for filming a music video in Ghana after his visit.

This comes after he posted the video’s trailer on his Instagram account.

Meek Mill may be seen performing in the video at the Jubilee House, one of Ghana’s most secure locations. The location doubles as the president’s office and quarters.

Drone footage of the Jubilee House and President Akufo-Addo’s podium which he uses to address the nation, were captured in the teaser.

Since then, Meek Mill has faced harsh criticism from Ghanaians for disrespecting the nation.

The President of Ghana was also criticized for bending over backwards to let Meek Mill use such a famous location for his videography.

The frontman for the Dream Chasers traveled to Africa for the first time, stopping in Ghana where he gave a performance at the biggest afrobeat festival, AfroNation.

View some Ghanaians’ responses below;

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