Blakk Rasta
Blakk Rasta

Ghanaian reggae musician and radio presenter, Blakk Rasta, has teamed up with Shatta Wale to defend Meek Mill after his Jubilee House video caused millions of Ghanaians to criticize him online yesterday.


In the since-deleted video, Meek Mill was given access to the hallways of a portion of the Jubilee House that was exclusively meant for the president and his cabinet.

Additionally, the American rapper was allowed to utilize the president’s platform, which is seen as a blatant insult to the position of power.


Despite the rapper’s unequivocal apologies to Ghanaians and the president’s office, some individuals still believe he did nothing wrong and that the apology was unnecessary.

has attacked the naysayers who think Meek Mill’s career is even dead and that he shouldn’t have received the kingly treatment he did during his stay in in response to this uproar.

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Blakk Rasta claims that everyone making such remarks is deluded because the rapper is more well-known and popular abroad than 99% of our musicians.

“Sharing his opinions on the problem that has become a national issue,” he said. 

Some people call him a dead horse, others call him a rapper who has gone downhill. My brother, my sister in fact a dead lion is not as good as a living dog. Meek Mill is still a man who has a lot of influence. Meek Mill is only 25v years old. Meek Mill has a lot of life. Dead as some people claim he is, he is more alive than 99% of musicians we have in this country in terms of patronage and in terms of influence.”

“we live in a country where music only trends after we have gone naked on stage. We live in a country where people do not believe in live music. Everything is computerized and they claim this is the computer age. We live in a country where music is so disrespected that musicians come on stage and do karaoke and there are people who clap for them. You expect your music to cross the borders of this country”.

Sometimes I sit back and I blame the event organizers who book these people to come on stage and do the Karaoke. Let your fans do the Karaoke. Let them play back your music and sing along to the music, not you guys who sometimes even sing off-key.

Source: Dklassgh.com

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