Meek Mill Expresses Interest in Obtaining Ghanaian Citizenship

American rapper Meek Mill has stirred discussions online by expressing his intention to acquire Ghanaian citizenship. In a recent post on social media platform X, Mill mentioned his desire to obtain citizenship in Ghana, citing frustration with the American justice system.

Mill’s announcement comes amid his recent legal issues and coincides with the passing of new anti-LGBTQ+ legislation in Ghana. Although Mill did not explicitly reference the law in his statement, some fans are speculating a connection.

The rapper has been vocal about his frustrations with the American justice system, particularly his experiences with wrongful incarceration. In his tweet, Mill mentioned, “Africa don’t got this shit; I’m getting dual citizenship if they let me,” leading some to believe his interest in Ghana goes beyond criticism of the U.S.

It’s worth noting that Meek Mill has shown a growing connection to Ghana in recent months, having performed at the Afro Nation festival and met with Ghanaian President Nana Addo Dankwa Akufo-Addo. Whether Mill’s desire for Ghanaian citizenship is driven by a genuine appreciation for the country, dissatisfaction with the U.S., or a combination of factors remains unclear. Nevertheless, his comments have sparked a broader conversation about complex social and political issues.

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