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Black Sherif’s posts on social media disturbing –Fans

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‘Kwaku the traveler’ crooner, Black Sherif who is getting all the attention a new entrant in Showbiz will kill for has been posting disturbing tweets lately, which has courted the attention of netizens, especially his fans.

The Ghanaian rapper has been expressing depressing thoughts which has kept many wondering what exactly might be going on in his life and career.

The ‘First and Second Sermon’ hitmaker has adopted Twitter as a medium to let out the pain and what he has been battling with.

It is unclear the cause of Blacko’s recent sad tweets as those close to the Artiste are tight lipped about the issue and unwilling to share beyond what he posts online.

Black Sherif is in court with his former manager who has accused the Artiste of breaching a contract with him.

Although he just won the legal case against his former manager, another controversy surfaced in the news when Ghana Party in the Park Organisers also accused him of demanding an exorbitant performance fee.

“These controversies are affecting the young man. You know he is just 20 years so these controversies come with emotional and psychological tolls” a source close to Black Sherif told The Chronicle.

“The new management are handling things out of the public space so they don’t want to grant any media interview on it. They won’t speak to you on it but the court case and the controversies are the issues that are affecting Blacko.

He is tempted to come out with an explanation but the management doesn’t want him to and that is affecting him in a way” the source who wants to remain anonymous told The Chronicle.

In a series of tweets, Black Sherif revealed that he is fighting for his life and hopes that he doesn’t lose his mind being tough.

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