News reaching us at Ghanafuo.com claims UK-based Ghanaian-born music star, Fuse ODG, has recently experienced a distressing incident involving four Metropolitan police officers in Brixton, South London.
In the trending video shared on Instagram and other socials, Fuse ODG and his business partner, Andre Hacket, can be seen being harassed by the officers on February 28.
The police officers stopped their car, claiming to smell cannabis and insisting on searching for illegal drugs.
Ghanaian-UK based musician, Fuse ODG shared a video on social media capturing the moment police officers were harassing him for an alleged "drug" use and possession in the United Kingdom(UK).#mynewsgh #Kumawu #Anas #Annie #SamGeorge #Samsung #iPhone pic.twitter.com/yIX6b4U4r4
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Despite Fuse ODG’s request to see a search warrant, he was handcuffed and forcibly taken onto a bus, where he sought an explanation for the unjust treatment.
Fuse ODG expressed his disappointment in the caption accompanying the video, emphasizing that, despite his success and positive impact on the world, he is still perceived solely based on his race.
The police defended their actions, stating that handcuffs were used to prevent harm to both parties. However, their search yielded no drugs.
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