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Meek Mill considers Ghanaian citizenship amidst concerns over treatment of Black Men in the US

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In a recent tweet on March 4, American rapper Meek Mill expressed his desire to obtain dual citizenship, with a specific interest in acquiring citizenship in Ghana.

His tweet comes amidst ongoing controversies, including allegations against Diddy, and Meek Mill’s belief that the United States is targeting him through various means.

Meek Mill’s tweet read, “Africa don’t got this shit I’m getting dual citizenship if they let me! I wanna get citizenship in Ghana!!!! America made to tear black men down if you don’t follow orders!”

The rapper also issued a cautionary message about the dangers of living in America, highlighting issues such as illegal immigration, gun violence, and drug abuse. He urged his followers to be vigilant, stating, “Make sure you strap up in America it’s extremely dangerous on the streets!”

This statement has sparked discussions online about racial inequality, citizenship, and the challenges faced by black communities in America. Meek Mill’s interest in obtaining Ghanaian citizenship has drawn attention to the country’s potential as an alternative home for individuals seeking refuge from the perceived injustices in the United States.

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