American rapper Meek Mill who was in Ghana last December is currently trending on the internet on a very bad note.
Just a few hours ago, the rapper posted a snippet of a video he shoot inside the Jubilee House during his visit to the president.
In the video, Meek Mill used the president’s podium and was also allowed to enter some places inside Jubilee House restricted for entry by only the president and some highly profiled persons in the country alone.
Ghanaians on the internet who have come across the video have expressed their anger at what they describe as disrespectful and unacceptable behavior by Meek Mill.
After coming under severe criticism, Meek Mill has bowed to the mounting pressure and deleted the video but it seems the chaos the video has caused is not ending anytime soon.
NDC bigwig and representative in parliament for North Tongu Constituency, Hon Okudzeto Ablakwa has angrily taken to his Twitter timeline to slam the workers at the Jubilee House who granted Meek Mill the permission to make the video.
As proposed by the politician, all the people involved in the making of the video who work at the jubilee house should be immediately sacked.
Infuriated and disappointed Okudzeto Ablakwa tweeted;
All those responsible for this despicable desecration of the Jubilee House by Meek Mill must be fired immediately. How do those explicit lyrics from the president’s lectern project Ghana positively? Is Ghana’s seat of government no longer a high security installation?
Meanwhile, certain areas of the Jubilee House are off-limits for public viewing or photography. The locations where Meek Mill filmed some video clips have been shown in the public domain on numerous occasions.