- Black Sherif was on the Zeze Millz Show, a popular entertainment Youtube show in the UK, to discuss his music and career
- The young Ghanaian musician spoke in a heavy foreign accent which raised eyebrows and set tongues wagging
- Black Sherif told Zezzy Mills how he was homeless at the beginning of the year, which stunned the interviewer
Popular Ghanaian musician, Black Sherif, has caused a massive stir on social media after he spoke in a thick UK accent during an interview.
Black Sherif sat down with Zeze Millz, the host of the Zeze Millz Show to discuss music and his rise to stardom.
Black Sherif, who had been in the UK for some days and had done a successful concert, seemed to have adopted the accent of the British folks.
Black Sherif surprises Ghanaians with British accent as he speaks on being homeless for 8 days in March 2022, video drops
The young superstar was asked about the story behind his rise to stardom. Zeze Millz told Black Sherif she liked how honest he was with his lyrics and mentioned that he also seemed very honest in person.
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Black Sherif responded to her statement like a Londoner and sounded like someone who had been in the UK for ages. He said he tries to be as truthful and honest as much as he can.
Black Sherif revealed that he was homeless for a while at the start of the year, which touched the heart of Zeze Millz, the interviewer.
Black Sherif's UK Accent Causes Stir
man got British accent now kweku the accentier
the accent is accentingGhana to the whole world
DJ Asquared also wrote:
His accent is better than a lot of other artist tho
Aunnie also reacted:
Kweku the traveler travelled with British accent
mremmanuel87 also wrote:
This guy is smart enough to catch up any accent. The brain is too sharp
Black Sherif, Amaarae, Juls, Feature On Stormzy's Album, Ghanaians Show Excitement
In other news, multiple award-winning Ghanaian-British rapper Stormzy has announced the details of his much-anticipated album, "This is what I Mean"
The album featured popular names from the Ghanaian and Nigerian music space, such as Black Sherif, Amaarae, Juls, Ayra Starr, and Oxlade, among others.
Ghanaians have taken to social media to express their excitement upon finding out their favourites were featured on the album.
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