Ghanaian dancehall Artiste Stonebwoy shared his perspectives on the Meek Mill ‘Jubilee House’ music video on New York’s Morning Breakfast Club Radio show.
For Stonebowy, the fault ought to go to Jubilee House’s security, whom he accepts ought to have improved in the area of security issues .
December has been ‘decembering’ in Ghana with numerous African-American big names and diasporans visiting the homeland to associate with their roots.
During his visit to Ghana, Meek Mill paid a kindness call at the Jubilee House, the official Presidential seat of Ghana, where he made a music video together with his entourage.
This created a commotion from numerous Ghanaians who accepted such a demonstration criticized state security and was ill bred to the home of the main respectable man of the land.
Interestingly, Stonebwoy opened up to the world about his perspective about the ‘Jubilee House’ music video in a meeting with DJ Envy on the Morning Breakfast Club Radio show.
He said, Believe it or not, I can’t come to the State and go to the white house and would anything I like to do, besides there was a sure measure of room that will permit me to do stuff.
I don’t believe it’s no joking matter, yet the web went off the deep end. Also, he did the best thing he needed to do in light of the fact that, for my purposes, I think this was the occupation of the security staff and convention to ensure that we don’t film here, we don’t do this here and we don’t do that.
To brace his point, Stonebwoy added that Meek Mill was only a blissful traveler who was neglectful of the standards. Adding that the statement of regret from Meek Mill shows that none of it was purposeful.
He’s energized and doesn’t have a clue about the regulations, I accept. He simply attempted to get the best out of his excursion. Also, emerging to apologize shows you his actual goals. He wasn’t in that frame of mind to proceed to toss soil on such a spot,Stonebwoy added.