- Baba Sadiq has indicated that the stage that Black Sherif performed on that the recent 3Music Awards was not the initial plan
- According to the 3Music CEO, the stage was designed solely for rapper Michael Owusu Addo known by the stage name Sarkodie
- Black Sherif won plaudits for his awesome performance on the night since it was one of its kind in the game
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The founder of 3Music Awards, Baba Sadiq Abdulai Abu, has opened up on the raindrop stage that Black Sherif performed on during the recent awards show.
Speaking in an interview with seasoned journalist Abeiku Aggrey Santana on Okay FM and sighted by YEN.com.gh, Baba Sadiq said the stage was built with Sarkodie in mind.
According to Baba Sadiq, he reached out to Sarkodie and his team to discuss the idea and performance.
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He however indicated that the two teams hit a snag as there was some unfinished business they were yet to resolve.
Sadiq also indicated that during the time of the deliberations, it came up that Sarkodie would have to travel out of the country.
The 3Music Awards CEO said his team was not certain if Sarkodie was going to be in town for the performance.
Coupled with the "unfinished business", Sadiq said he called Sarkodie's team and they came to an agreement to move on - thereby getting Black Sherif to take up the slot.
On the night of the 3Music Awards, "it rained on Black Sherif" as he performed which attracted massive cheers from the teeming crowd.
Ghanaian Man Cuts Huge Birthday Cake With iPhone 13 in Video
Meanwhile, a young rich Ghanaian man has revolutionized birthday cake-cutting with a new video which showed him using a phone instead of a knife on his big day.
In a new video sighted by YEN.com.gh on Instagram, the man was seen at what looked like his birthday party.
He was surrounded by some of his close pals who were dressed in beautiful burgundy-coloured kaftans as they joined their friend who was the birthday celebrant.
When the time for the cake-cutting came, the 'birthday boy' was called upon to do the guests the honours.
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