Mohammed Ishmail Sherif referred to us in the entertainment circles as Black Sherif has said that he is definitely not a terrible effect on the Ghanaian youths.
The “Kwaku The Traveler” singer has gotten a few troublesome remarks since he broke into his preferred spotlight because of some choice of words in his songs and what he depicts in his music recordings.
The extreme utilization of ‘f’ words in his songs and others words alluding to smoking of weed have given individuals the discernment that he is a bad influence on the youths.
Expressing his reaction with regards to this issue, he said; “Gracious. no. Why? Gracious, no I’m not an adverse impact on the young. Obviously, I’m making an honest effort to make it with my inventiveness so I needed to disrupt norms to arrive at here.
“At the point when I pick a pen to compose a tune, what glimmers back to me is what I went through as at when I was like 7 or 8 years of age and that is the thing I attempt to compose,” he said on Kastle FM in Cape Coast.
“Tunes that enlivened me, that caused me to feel that I can follow through with something, the words utilized in those tunes are my message however I don’t mean it in a negative manner,” he told Amansan Krakye during a one-on-one meeting.
“I believe children should see me and feel that anything I’m doing I can earn enough to pay the rent out of this that is all I’m attempting to do so I would rather not move individuals to proceed to do anything negative,” he finished on the Kastle Entertainment Show.
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