Nigerian singer Bella Shmurda singer of the popular song ‘cash app’ deported and banned from entering Ghana.

Bella Shmurda, the artist behind the famous tune ‘Cash App’, has been deported from Ghana. Shmurda and two other Nigerians were convicted and deported for attacking a doctor.

They are also barred from returning to the country for three months.

They allegedly attacked the doctor after being quarantined for COVID.

Upon arriving in Ghana, the three were quarantined and tested for COVID.

They were quarantined at Accra’s MPlaza Hotel and tested.

Sadly, they tested positive for the virus, forcing them into quarantine and possibly jeopardizing their original intentions of visiting Ghana.

They were enraged and reportedly attacked the doctor who broke the news with a fork!

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The attack was apparently part of a scheme to get out of quarantine, but it backfired.

They were charged in Adjabeng Circuit Court, convicted, and deported from Ghana. Shmurda and his cronies have a three-month ban from entering the country.

Considering how much Nigerian artists regard Ghana as their ‘heaven,’ the ‘Cash App’ star

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