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Reggie Rockstone’s Wife Fumes Over Her Husband’s Non-Invitation To IGP Meeting





It may have all been staged to generate conversations but the wife of rapper Reggie Rockstone, Zilla Limann, revealed her displeasure and disappointment with the Inspector-General of Police (IGP) convening a meeting with creative artists and not inviting Limann’s husband.

On Wednesday, November 10, 2021, several Ghanaian entertainers held a meeting with new IGP George Akufo Dampare.

The IGP called for the meeting to discuss the relationship that should exist between public figures in showbiz and the police following the legal troubles of Shatta Wale and Medikal.

Some of those at the meeting included Afia Schwarzenegger, Shatta Wale, Abeiku Santana, Stonebwoy, Rex Omar, Fameye, and many others.



But the acclaimed inventor of the hiplife genre Rockstone was not present because he was presumably not invited. In a video posted on Thursday, the day after the IP met Rockstone’s industry colleagues, the rapper’s took to social media to criticise Rockstone’s omission.

Limann described the situation as a betrayal of the prominence of Rockstone and blamed the police service for not reaching out.

“It is unjustifiable. It’s not an oversight, it’s a problem. How could the IGP meet these people without your knowledge? It was not right, it was not acceptable”Limann said while she is heard being told by her husband that his omission is no problem at all to him.

Even though it divided opinions, many who saw the video on social media dismissed it as a mocking of what happened on Wednesday. The pair have been known to film their interactions in car rides over the years for social media content.





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