Black Sherif: Rapper Shows Humility As He Visits Elders Of Konongo Zongo (Video)
- Kwaku The Traveller rapper Black Sherif has recently visited his hometown of Konongo in the Ashanti Region
- Black Sherif who was raised in the Zongo area of the town visited the elders of his community to greet them
- In a video, the rapper is seen paying homage to the elders as they offered some pieces of advice to him
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Young rapper Black Sherif, known in private life as Mohammed Ismail Sherif, is the most trending music star in Ghana at the moment following the release of his Kwaku The Traveller song.
Notwithstanding his big stardom, Blacko, as Sherif is sometimes called, is a man who has not forgotten about being humble.
The 20-year-old's humble nature was put on full display as he interacted with some elders of the community where he hails from.
Black Sherif recently visited his hometown of Konongo in the Ashanti region where he was given a lovely welcome. He was seen beaming with smiles as he touched base in the neighbourhood and exchanged pleasantries with some people.
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After his welcome on the streets, Sherif decided to visit some elders of the Zongo community. In a video, the rapper is seen paying homage to some of the elders who were seated on the floor.
Aside from kneeling on the floor with them, Sherif who was dressed in a 'jalabiya' paid rapt attention as he listened to some words of advice from the elders.
He then got up from the floor and bid them goodbye to much excitement from those around.
See below for the video as shared on the Instagram blog, @sweet_maame_adwoa:
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The video of Black Sherif comes after Ghanaian businessman who invested in him filed a court application against the rapper.
The businessman, Shadrach Agyei Owusu, whose company virtually served as Sherif's management is seeking to restrain the rapper from performing or taking money without his knowledge.
According to the writ of summons which has been sighted by YEN.com.gh, the applicant wants the court to stop Black Sherif and associates from performing at events or entering into agreements to perform at events or otherwise exploit his music and image without recourse to him.
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Meanwhile, a plus-size lady has captivated Ghanaians on social media with her version of the Kwaku The Traveller challenge.
In a video sighted on Instagram the lady dressed in top and down made from kente material was seen busting some funny moves.
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