Ghanaian American actor, Michael Blackson, has emphasized the great security and peace that exist in Ghana.
During a discussion on Drink Champs with Nore, Michael Blackson emphasized the peace he enjoyed when he visited Ghana as he described the experience as ” totally out of the world”.
Michael Blackson made this statement while reacting to the music video Meek Mill shot inside the Jubilee House earlier this year. According to Michael Blackson, Meek Mill overused an ‘overdosed’ on the warmth, freedom, peace, and safety in the country.
“He probably felt at home. He felt he was home and that he could probably do whatever he wanted.
Trust me, In Ghana, let me tell you something. You go out, you go to the club and come back home at night time. In America, you might not make it home at night time. Ghana is peaceful, nothing happens to you. You go out and you make it home at night. There is no violence, nobody gets killed. There’s no shoot-out. Nothing!”
“In Africa, our White Houses are a little bit more different. I think he shot a music video in the Jubilee House. I wasn’t there but I think what happened was he went in there and took some pictures and videos and later on used them for a music video. I don’t know how it happened but Ghana is a very strict country. There are certain things you’re not allowed to capture in their White House.”