Jamaican dancehall legend Beenie Man has broken his silence on his reported arrest by health officials in Ghana.
Born Anthony Moses Davis, the world-acclaimed reggae artiste was in Ghana for the Bhim Concert hosted on Tuesday, December 21 by Ghanaian artiste Stonebwoy.
He shared the stage at the Grand Arena of the Accra International Conference Center (AICC) with other Ghanaian acts like Samini, Kwaw Kese and MzVee.
But reports emerged on Monday, December 27 that he was supposed to have quarantined, having tested positive for Covid-19 when he arrived on Sunday, December 19 at the Kotoka International Airport (KIA).
He was, thus, picked up by the National Security, according to various reports.
This may have caused his loved ones to be so concerned, as per his tweet a few hours later.
He claimed he has never tested positive for the viral disease and has been travelling the past six months free of the virus.
MI CONFUSE YF 🥴🥴🥴. #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. 🥴🥴🥴— Beenie Man (@KingBeenieMan) December 27, 2021
He insinuated that someone wants him to get the virus by force.
The Girls Dem Sugar says Ghana continues to be his favourite destination in the whole world.
GHANA WAS AMAZING. LOVE & LIGHT TO @STONEBWOY AND THE #BHIMTEAM. THE GHANAIAN GOVERNMENT, IMMIGRATION, HEALTH TEAM, SMALL GAD, FREEDOM, THE WHOLE TEAM. #GHANA AH THE BEST PLACE INNA THE WORLD 🌎. #BHIMCONCERT21 LOOKING FWD TO 2022.— Beenie Man (@KingBeenieMan) December 27, 2021
By Emmanuel Kwame Amoh|3news.com|Ghana