Meek Mill, the American rapper with a deep affection for Ghana, is making his return to the West African nation, showcasing his ongoing love and appreciation for the country.
His visit to Ghana in December 2022 was a memorable one, marked by the warm reception he received from both the government and the citizens. Despite facing a challenge when his phone went missing during a show, the rapper was amazed by the support he received from the Ghana Police and concerned individuals, leading to the recovery of his phone.
Clearly charmed by Ghana, Meek Mill took to social media to announce his upcoming return to the country. During a Q&A session on X, he posted, “I’m coming back to Ghana too #askmeek.” This revelation stirred excitement among his Ghanaian fans.
I’m coming back to Ghana too #askmeek
— MeekMill (@MeekMill) October 25, 2023
The post triggered an overwhelming response, with over 305K views, 600-plus comments, and more than 1700 retweets in just 8 hours. Fans expressed their eagerness to meet their idol and even made suggestions for possible collaborations with Ghanaian artists.
While in Ghana, Meek Mill shot a video at the Presidency, which he intended for a music video. However, this decision faced criticism from some Ghanaians who saw it as disrespectful to the nation’s Presidency. In response, Meek Mill deleted the video and offered an apology. When questioned about this during his #AskMeek session, he simply stated, “They ain’t like it; I respect people.”
#askmeek why did you delete the music video you shot when you came to Ghana?
— Kojo (@Kojo_Juvenile) October 25, 2023
Meek Mill’s consistent admiration for Ghana and his willingness to engage with fans through social media interactions demonstrate his deep appreciation for the country and its people. His return to Ghana is eagerly anticipated by fans who are excited to welcome him once again.
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