Bella Shmurda still seems not to have learnt his lesson following his ban saga in Ghana; the Nigerian singer thinks the results were fake.
The Nigerian singer Bella Shmurda has thrown shades at the Ghanaian authorities over the COVID-19 saga that led to his deportation.
The street-hop artiste reportedly got into trouble with Ghanaian authorities, which led to him getting deported and banned for three months yesterday, on the 4th of September 2021.
According to reports, Bella Shmurda was deported and banned along with two others from Ghana after assaulting a doctor who declared them Covid-19 positive.
However, a few hours after the incident, the 24-yer old made his way to the city of New York City where he claimed he tested Negative for Covid-19.
According to reports, it is believed that it is a regular practice of the Ghanaian authorities to issue fake Covid-19 results in order to milk people for isolation fees.
Taking to his Instagram story, Bella Shmurda threw subtle shades at Ghana after his New York Covid-19 test came out negative, stating that it was appaling that he tested negative in New York after testing positive in Ghana.