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Rapper Rick Ross arrives in Ghana for Detty Rave 3 Concert

Rapper Rick Ross arrives in Ghana for Detty Rave 3 ConcertPort of Miami 2 album maker, Rick Ross has arrived in Ghana ahead of Mr Eazi’s Detty Rave Concert in Accra.

Rick Ross arrived in Ghana on Thursday December 26 and was welcomed by scores of enthusiastic fans at the airport.

Upon arriving at his hotel, Rozay was greeted by Ghanaian budding talent CJ Biggerman who ushered the star into the hotel with a quick rap freestyle which many have lauded the move.

Rick Ross joins a tall list of headlining and performing acts at this year’s Detty Rave 3 Concert, which will be hosted by Mr Eazi at a new rave site in Spintex, Accra. He will perform with CJ Biggerman on 27th at the much anticipated concert.

Other artistes to perform include South Arica’s Busiswa, Jamaica’s Kranium and Koffee, a Trinidadian singer, Machel Montano and Nigerian artistes, Simi, Cuppy DJ and Joeboy.

The Ghanaian artistes who will be supporting are Darkovibes, Joey B, King Promise, Kuami Eugene and Kidi.

In September 2019, the ‘Big Tyme’ rapper published his book Hurricanes: A Memoir by Neil Martinez-Belkin\Rick Ross. The highly anticipated memoir from the hip-hop icon Rick Ross chronicles his coming of age amid Miami’s crack epidemic, his star-studded controversies and his unstoppable rise to fame.Rapper Rick Ross arrives in Ghana for Detty Rave 3 Concert

As part of the Year of Return activities in Ghana, Rick Ross’ among other personalities are scheduled to arrive in Ghana for the festivities. Ghana’s Year of Return event continues to see a lot of patronage from many African-Americans, the Carribean and other diasporans.

Earlier this week, Kenyan Hollywood star, Lupita Nyong’o was also spotted in Ghana embarking on a private tour at the Cape Coast Castle.

The Black Panther and “12 Years a Slave” actress will join Ludacris, Boris Kudjoe, Tina Knowles, Beyonce and many other personalities for the Full Circle Festival in Accra.

The government of Ghana has marked exactly 400 years after the first slave ship left Africa in 2019. Lots of Blacks overseas are expected to visit the country to mark the historic commemoration, which they have done in their numbers.


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