The singer wants to leave the United States there forever.

In an interview with Oprah Winfrey, Stevie Wonder revealed that he would live in Ghana. His decision seems final and is justified by the political upheaval in the United States. He told the presenter he didn’t want “the children of his children’s children” to beg too to be respected and appreciated.

This is not the first time Stevie Wonder has considered emigrating to Ghana, he already mentioned in 1994 that community awareness in the West African country is much stronger than in the United States.

Wonder, a multiple Grammy winner, spoke last year about how dangerous he sees everything that’s happening in the United States, worried that Americans are no longer respected in the world as they used to be, and he says all Americans need to think about the past. necessary changes.

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