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My apologies, I meant no disrespect; Jubilee House wasn’t aware I was taking the footage for a music video- Meek Mill

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American rapper, Meek Mill has apologised for his very controversial music music shot at Ghana’s Presidential Palace, The Jubilee House.

On Sunday evening, the rapper posted his video teaser on his Instagram page of him touring the Jubilee House and rapping to new song lyrics.

 

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Ghanaians on social media quickly expressed their disappointment at the Presidency for allowing Meek Mill to film at the Jubilee House.

Following the intense backlash, Meek Mill deleted the music video from his social media pages and has now issued an apology via Twitter.

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Read also: Ghanaians angered by Meek Mill’s music video shot in Ghana’s presidential palace, the Jubilee House

“My apologies to the people if any disrespect! We still gonna push to make the connection between black people in America and Africa … what I’m trying to do is more than a video and you should see coming soon! My apologies to the the office also!” he tweeted, Monday night.

While there was heavy backlash on the person/persons at the Presidency who allowed Meek Mill to shoot the music video in the Jubilee house, the rapper has also shared that they were not aware he was taking the footage for a music video.

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“I don’t think they knew it was video footage when we asked to shoot its a small camera and one kid … in America we didn’t know this existed and was excited to show because they don’t show Ghana on our media much! So I’ll take responsibility for my mistake! Not intentional,” Meek added.

 

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