For the first time, Ghanaian musician Stonebwoy has talked about Meek Mill's video shoot at the Jubilee House that occurred in December 2022 while he was in Ghana.
On the Breakfast Club radio program in the USA, Stonebwoy expressed his opinion that he thinks Meek Mill was given permission to film a music video at Ghana's presidential mansion.
Because I haven't necessarily sought to avoid the comment, this will likely be the first time I talk about it. “However, the fact is that I could travel to the United States, visit the White House, and carry out my own plans with certain restrictions,” he stated.
But he said that Meek Mill ultimately made the right decision by apologizing.
I don't believe it's a huge problem, and despite how wild the internet went, he did the best thing he could have done. In my opinion, it was the responsibility of the security team and the protocol to ensure that “dude, we don't film over here, we don't do this over here, we don't do that.” I think he doesn't know the laws because he is eager. “He merely wanted to maximize his travel opportunities,” he continued.