Chris Brown probably won’t be invited back to Ghana anytime soon. The entertainer was on stage during a show in Ghana last week, and upset the locals after defying local laws. Allegedly the entertainer was smoking weed on stage and then he allegedly encouraged people to take up arms for a revolution.On Thursday a well known Ghana youth activist is calling for Chris Brown to be arrested and tried for his alleged crimes.
It’s caused a massive revolt in the country and some Ghana citizens are calling for the hip-hop star to be returned to the country to face charges. Apparently Ghana has strict laws against smoking in public and the alleged rhetoric from stage of a revolution isn't encouraged either.
“He promoted an illegality,” said Ghanaian youth activist Jonathan Osei-Owusu who was interviews on Radio.com about the incident. “You can see from the video and yet he was let go free.”
Jonathan Osei-Owusu might be Chris Brown’s worst nightmare if the star ever decides to return to Ghana. The executive director of Perfector of Sentiments [POS], a youth advocacy organization is leading the campaign to have Chris Brown stand trial. The alleged charges? Promoting the public smoking of marijuana to a stadium full of young people for starters. And for Chris Brown to allegedly encourage people to take up arms.
While it’s doubtful that Chris Brown is being deported to Ghana, there isn't a welcome mat on the tarmac for his return. The star seems to have burn the last blunt in the country and if he returns he just might stand trial for his alleged pot smoking ways.