- Ghanaian musician, Black Sherif, has been dragged to court by his manager for some issues that came up between them
- He has been served a writ and is expected to appear in court within eight days from April 11, 2022, the day the writ was signed
- The court has placed an injunction on Black Sherif, to, among other things, stop all performances until the case is heard and ruled on
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The current reigning young Ghanaian musician, Black Sherif, is in trouble following being dragged to court by his manager.
Known in private life as Mohammed Ismail Shariff, the musician has been served a writ signed on April 11, 2022, to appear in court within 8 years, otherwise, the court would take action without any further notice to him.
The court has also placed an injunction on Black Sherif, that stops him from performing at events. According to the writ, all proceeds from online streaming, others, should be with the manager.
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Black Sherif's issue with manager
According to reports, the fast-rising Ghanaian rapper packed his things out of the house his manager got him without his knowledge.
The manager is said to have visited him only to find the house empty, leading him to raise the alarm in the media.
The manager has not resorted to the court of law to have the issue resolved once and for all.
Black Sherif Begs Fans To Stop Comparing Him With Shatta Wale
Meanwhile, Black Sherif has said that he would not want to be compared with Shatta Wale.
He called on fans to put a stop to that because Shatta Wale is his senior and that he is not yet at his level.
He indicated that it was a bad thing for him to be compared with any other musician, especially Shatt Wale because Wale is way ahead of him.
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When asked if he has met Shatta Wale yet, Black Sherif said no, and that he is waiting and expecting to see Shatta Wale when he returns from his US vacation.
His humility throughout the interview was felt in his voice and his facial expressions.
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