Unbelievable American vocalist Stevie Wonder has alluded to migrating to Ghana forever to get away from bigotry.
He uncovered this during his new appearance on Oprah Winfrey arrangement ‘The Oprah Conversation’.
As per the “I Just Called to Say I Love You” hitmaker, he is burnt out on racial unfairness in America and he can’t watch his extraordinary grandkids ask for regard and worth.
“I need to see the country grin once more, and I need to see it before I move to Ghana,” he told Oprah. “I will do that. I will move forever to Ghana.”
“Since I would prefer not to see my youngsters’ kids’ need to say ‘C’mon, similar to me. Kindly regard me. Kindly worth me. What sort of sh*t is that?”
He added: “I need the world to improve. I need us to get past this spot. I need us all to go to the burial service of disdain. That is the thing that I need.”