Black Sherif

Ishmael Mohammed Sherif, better known as Black Sherif, the Ghanaian musician, has issued an official statement regarding the ongoing controversy surrounding his management.

The singer was rumored to have ditched his manager in order to sign a secret recording deal with Empire Entertainment without his manager’s permission.

The “Second Sermon” singer was believed to have given up a home provided to him by his manager, as well as 100 pairs of sneakers and a car given to him to help him advance in his profession.

According to DJ Slim, a Ghanaian radio host who highlighted the artist’s actions, the singer abandoned his management to sign a record deal with Empire Entertainment for no apparent reason.

In response to the recent disputes, Black Sherif has issued an official statement, claiming that the debates are based on inaccurate and incomplete facts.

According to the statement, the team is currently putting procedures in place to resolve the problem peacefully between the two sides.