- Ghanaian musician, Black Sherif, has been taken to court by his manager over issues between them
- He was served with a subpoena and is expected to appear in court within eight days of April 11, 2022, the day the subpoena was signed.
- The court ordered Black Sherif, among others, to halt all performances until the case is heard and judged.
The current reigning young Ghanaian musician, Black Sherif, is in trouble after being taken to court by his manager.
Known in private life as Mohammed Ismail Shariff, the musician was served with a signed subpoena on April 11, 2022, to appear in court within 8 years, failing which the court would take action without further notice .
The court also imposed an injunction on Black Sherif, which prevents him from performing at events. According to the writ, all proceeds from the online broadcast, other, must be paid to the manager.
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Black Sherif’s problem with the manager
According to reports, the rising Ghanaian rapper packed his things out of the house which his manager bought him without his knowledge.
The manager reportedly visited him to find the house empty, prompting him to raise the alarm in the media.
Poco Lee played my song for Burna Boy: Black Sheriff opens
Rising Ghanaian singer, Black Sherif of Kwaku The Traveler fame has opened up about how he got in touch with Grammy-winning Nigerian star, Burna Boy.
In a recent interview with NewDay which is doing the rounds on social media, the Ghanaian star opened up about how Nigerian dancer, Poco Lee was instrumental in meeting Burna.
According to Black Sherif, Poco Lee performed his song for the Grammy-winning star and Burna loved it and someone from the singer’s team contacted him on WhatsApp.
Enter titleEnter facebook titlea rep told Sherif the Nigerian singer loves his song and asked if he was free for a video call. The Ghanaian star noted that he spoke with Burna Boy for around 20 minutes.