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Meek Mill deletes Jubilee House music video from Instagram page


American rapper, Meek Mill, has deleted a music video he filmed at the Jubilee House from his Instagram page.

Per multiple checks by MyJoyOnline.com, the video, which the rapper uploaded on Sunday evening is no longer available on his page as of Monday morning.

The deletion comes in the wake of widespread public agitations from a section of Ghanaians about the said video.

Meek Mill deletes Jubilee House music video from Instagram page

In the video, the singer was seen joyously walking through the Jubilee House, together with his colleagues as they jammed to his latest composition.

From the visitor’s hall to other locations in the Jubilee House, including the front of the facility, Meek and his friends accessed the building for their shoot.

But this has not gone down well with some Ghanaians.

According to the critics, the video is an affront to the country’s image, given that it was shot at the seat of the presidency without any recourse to what the facility connotes.

In a series of widespread social media sentiments, hundreds of Ghanaians have decried the use of the Jubilee House, which is the embodiment of the country’s executive power, for filming a music video by a foreigner.

Meek Mill posted the video on Sunday evening, hoping to excite his audience.

But he was met with anger from a section of the populace.

Meanwhile, North Tongu MP, Samuel Okudzeto Ablakwa, says those who allowed American rapper, Meek Mill, to film a music video at the Jubilee House must be sacked immediately.

According to the lawmaker, the video and its content constitute a ‘despicable desecration’ of the Jubilee House.

In a tweet on Monday, Mr Ablakwa bemoaned the development, questioning the security implications of the said filming at the presidency.

“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?”, Mr Ablakwa tweeted.

Government is however yet to officially comment on the matter.

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