Meek Mill’s Visit to Ghana was a Hard Fun
Meek Mill’s visit to Ghana in 2022 December was something the rapper shared his experience. It’s all about his 2022 Afro Nation Ghana festival and the visit which occurred on 29th December has left the Philly rapper to speak out about the love and chaos.
Well, it wasn’t such easy. Though Meek Mill already knew that it not going to be that easy to break through the crowd to get his way. Looks like the 1942 Flows came prepared. However, Meek Mill has taken to his Instagram account and shared his experience.
According to what he posted on Instagram, he is not mad about how Ghanaians treated him. It was much love despite how he was pick-pocketed at one point. It didn’t change his thanks to them though. Meek Mill is a rapper who always cares for people and wants them to live their lives as expected.
“They pick pocketed me for my phoneeeeeee SMH,” Meek shared in his Instagram Stories Thursday night. “Bring that Jawn back if you got it!!!”
Below is a video shared by Meek Mill on his Instagram account where the crowd were trying to get to him. But the rapper struggled so hard to make sure he passed through the entrance provided for him. It has actually a hard fun in Ghana for his 2022 Afro Nation Ghana festival
Fans are also seen climbing over barriers to get closer to the star, as well as surrounding his vehicle has he pops out of the sunroof to greet the massive group of supporters. He was also impressed by the amount of Ghanaians rocking “Dreamchaser” chains and bikes with his crew’s name on them.
“They roughed me tf upppppp but the love overpowered it … almost went from dreams to nightmares quick lol,” the 35-year-old artist captioned the footage, adding in his IG stories that he so enjoyed the trip that he’d consider buying a home in the African nation, writing, “I’m grabbing a crib in Ghana forsureeeeee this real love!”
Afro Nation Ghana began Thursday, Dec. 29, and concludes today, Dec. 30. In addition to Meek Mill, other performers include Skepta and Tiwa Savage. Meek Mill Ghana visit was well welcomed the loved it.