- A Ghanaian street preacher was spotted in a hilarious video singing Black Sherif's 'Second Sermon' song
- The young man of God had a microphone and an offering box by his side as he sang the 'sad boys' tune passionately
- The footage has since gone viral and many folks reacted to the preacher's love for the tune, with @alhaji_mk1 saying ''Ey3 kom''
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A street preacher has surprised many on social media as he left his sermon behind to sing Black Sherif's 'Second Sermon.'
In the video, the young man of God looked sharp in a white and blue outfit with a nice pair of shoes to match.
Netizens felt it was his way of capturing the attention of his audience as offertory might not have been forthcoming on the day.
The video has gone viral, and it has got many folks laughing. 'Second Sermon' is a popular tune many Ghanaians fell in love with and is widely regarded as Black Sherif's biggest break in his music career. The song's popularity made folks excited to see the preacher sing it word for word.
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Social Media Reactions
josephine_agbeko was surprised as he wrote:
woaahh what's happening here?
richiegreenbills also reacted to the video:
pastor turn rapper. Jack of all trade
moderngirljgf could nit hold back his laughter:
Just what I needed after hours of studying.
kofi1_kofi1 was excited as he wrote:
You can't be sad in this country oo
blessy_love_cosbless_gh_1 also reacted:
Eeei Sad boys in the house
Evangelist atia block no so
Black Sherif Performs On Stage, Receives Water From Unidentified Person; Fans Warn He Should Not Have Drank It
In other news, Ghanaian musician Black Sherief thrilled fans at the recent Sallah fest with his energetic performance on stage.
The event had a lot of artists on the bill, but Blacko stole the hearts of the audience with his enthralling performance.
While on stage, Blacko received a bottle of water from an individual who came from backstage, and this caused a stir online.
Fast-rising Ghanaian music star Mohammed Ismail Sherif Kwaku Frimpong, famously called Black Sherif, performed at the 2022 Sallah Fest, which took place in Fadama.
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