Black Sherif

Ghanaian artist Ishmael Mohammed Sherif, commonly known as , has spoken up about how he handles trolls and severe criticism on Twitter.

According to the composer of “Kwaku The Traveller,” everyone has the right to their own opinion, therefore if the criticism is directed at his work, he has no problem with it.

He claimed that if he gets himself into a legal jam, his attorneys and legal advisors will take care of it, but that if he gets harsh criticism from Ghanaians, he simply laughs it off and moves on.

He claimed that if he gets himself into a legal jam, his attorneys and legal advisors will take care of it, but that if he gets harsh criticism from Ghanaians, he simply laughs it off and moves on.

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However, he also stated that he does not manage his Twitter profile personally owing to negative remarks and trolls, as he believes the environment is unsafe for his mental health.

He also feels that because the Twitter community can’t be regulated, individuals should be free to express themselves in whichever way they choose.

Watch full interview below:

Source: Dklassgh.com

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