Weed Legalization: Popcaan to meet Kwaw Kese

Scarcely a day after a video clasp of Popcaan smoking a substance accepted to be cannabis became famous online, the Jamaican artiste has proposed a gathering with Kwaw Kese and the Ghana government to reinforce contentions for the authorization of the herb in the nation.
Kwaw Kese who was imprisoned in 2015 for opiate offense had started a discussion on Instagram over specialists’ boisterous quietness on the said video as he thought about whether the story would have been same if the guilty party were a Ghanaian.
Reposting the video which was subtitled: “Just in Ghana outsiders can fuck up this way. When Kwawkese smoked in open he was captured. So this implies our law set distinctly to control on the residents however outsiders are allowed to go… the most agonizing part is Ghana police. None of them had the option to talk reality out in light of the little coins which will be given out… Ooh Ghana”, Kwaw Kese requested that his devotees examine the current issue.
The Ghanaian rapper’s post pulled in responses from a few people including Popcaan.
“I’m not an outsider brother. We as a whole originated from Africa. Try not to be frantic brother. We should attempt to sort out a gathering with the administration to authorize weed. It’s straightforward #unruly,” Popcaan’s remark read.
Reacting to the call, Kwaw Kese said he was ever prepared.
“Never frantic brother. I’m in for same vibe,” he answered.

Kwaw Kese was captured for purportedly smoking cannabis out in the open in Kumasi on November 22, 2014 and was remanded into jail in the wake of showing up in court.
On Thursday April 23, 2015, the court at long last arrived at a decision as Judge William Boampong condemned ‘the man crazy’ to a day’s detainment. He was additionally hit with a GHc1,200 fine.
Notwithstanding the confronting the full thorough of the law, the rapper in 2018 said he unwinds with a ‘spliff’.
“That issue is an open issue yet in the event that I am doing it under my bed, that is me,” Kwaw Kese said on disclosed to Lexi Bill on Joy FM.
“I was in the [United] States and I saw Kwami Sefa Kayi was on your show and he opened up that legislature ought to consider authorizing; and in the no so distant past, Kwesi Pratt was likewise on radio supporting something very similar. That reveals to me a portion of our large men or enormous young men that we know, that we venerate so much are lecturing something very similar we are lecturing,” Kwaw Kese contended.

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