Shatta Wale, a dancehall musician, poked fun at Ghanaians who vented their anger at Meek Mill after learning about the music video shoot at the Jubilee home.
Shatta, who insisted he saw nothing wrong with Meek Mill’s behaviour, urged Ghanaians to direct their vigour in a different direction.
He claimed that it wasn’t wrong for Meek Mill, a fellow black guy whose visit to the nation helped the “Year of Return” campaign in some little way, to take a few shots in the country to flaunt.
As a result, he has referred to everyone who has condemned the American rapper as a villager.
You want to go to America and capture photos for the White House. When you mention “year of return,” your own black brother comes over to record some film as he heads back home. Trust me, you’re a villager,” he said on Twitter.
Shatta criticised detractors for opposing President Nana Addo Dankwa Akufo-Addo in a series of internet posts where he was seen poking fun of the situation.
According to him, Meek Mill’s behaviour at the Jubilee House shouldn’t be attributed to the president.
“You won’t be able to fix your issue. You desire conflict with the president. see Mumu Jon. There will soon be better beef. Let’s wait for the big beef and forget about president beef. Nana cannot see anything. so stop talking,” he continued.