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Meek Mill apologises for filming without permission

US rapper Meek Mill has apologised for surreptitiously filming a music video in Ghana’s presidential palace, also known as Jubilee House without permission.

The star who was lip-syncing in the palace’s corridors and halls – and even behind the presidential lectern caused uproar with the video.

He was accused of desecrating Jubilee House, while MPs raised questions about the potential security risks.

In a statement, Mill said he would take responsibility for his mistake.

“To the people of Ghana, no video I drop is ever meant to disrespect the people of Ghana,” he wrote.

BBc says Mill, who was born Robert Rihmeek Williams in South Philadelphia, travelled to Ghana last month, after learning in an ancestry test that he was 18% Ghanaian.

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Writing by Chinasa Ossai; Editing by Julian Osamoto