Beenie Man: 'Ghana was amazing'

Jamaican Dancehall artiste Beenie Man arrested in Ghana
Beenie Man

Popular Jamaican Dancehall artiste Anthony Moses Davis, popularly known as Beenie Man says his trip to Ghana for Christmas was amazing.

To him Ghana was "the best place inna the world Earth globe americas."

Some media reports had suggested Beenie Man was arrested by Ghanaian authorities for allegedly evading COVID-19 quarantine.

The reports said he tested positive for the virus upon arrival at the Kotoka International Airport last week and was sent into mandatory quarantine at the AH Hotel by health officials.

But the artiste reportedly moved out of the hotel and appeared on a number of media platforms before performing at the Bhim Concert organised by Ghanaian Dancehall artiste, Stonebwoy.

But reacting to the reports in a tweet, Beenie Man, who has since travelled out of Ghana said he was confused about the reports since he tested negative.

"#Update to my fans who are genuinely reaching out. I have no Covid, never caught covid before, tested NEGATIVE for Covid. Been travelling for the past 6 months Covid free. Fully vaccinated. I guess someone wants me to have Covid. Uno weird yf," he tweeted.

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Beenie Man performed at the show alongside other high profile artistes from Ghana including Samini, Kwaw Kese, MzVee and Empress Gifty.

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