Exact amount of money Meek Mill took from Afronation before coming to Ghana exclusively revealed for the first time

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Inwardly, Meek Mill might have regretted ever stepping foot in Ghana because he started having problems the very first day he entered the country and the catastrophes have refused to end even after his departure.

Earlier yesterday, the American rapper became a topic for discussion after he shared a video he shot at the Jubilee House during his visit to the president.

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The part of the video that has gotten many talking and actually ruffled feathers is where Meek Mill is seen making an address while using the presidential podium or lectern.

He later rendered an unqualified apology to Ghanaians and the office of the present after succumbing to the pressure from social media users through his Twitter page.

The latest juicy information to pop up amidst all the brouhaha is the amount of money he charged to perform at the just-ended Afrochella Concert.

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According to the former CEO of 3 Media Networks and entertainment guru Baba Sadiq, Meek Mill was paid 50, 000 USD by the organizers of the music festival to perform.

He made this disclosure during a back-and-forth banter with a tweep who slammed him for describing Meek Mill as a less-rated rapper because he has fallen off and no longer in his prime compared to his colleagues like Drake, etc.

Take a look at Baba Sadiq‘s tweet which exposed Meek Mill’s booking fee below;

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