Black Sherif Gifts Cake And Champagne To His Friends On His 22nd Birthday, Gesture Melts Hearts

Black Sherif Gifts Cake And Champagne To His Friends On His 22nd Birthday, Gesture Melts Hearts

  • Black Sherif, on his birthday, sent out packages to his friends who have been an influential part of his music journey
  • The packages included a message on a card, a bottle of champagne and a black cake that matched the theme of his new song January 9th, which was released on his birthday, January 9, 2024
  • Many of them shared pictures on their social media pages to celebrate the Oh No crooner

Ghanaian musician Black Sherif marked his birthday on January 9, 2024, and he gifted cake and champagne to his friends to celebrate.

Black Sherif's birthday gifts to friends
Black Sherif's gifts to friends on his birthday. Image Credit: @blacksherif
Source: Twitter

Black Sherif gifts cake and champagne to his friends on his birthday

Normally, birthday celebrants expect birthday presents from friends and well-wishers; however, it was the opposite on Black Sherif's birthday.

He decided to send a cake and champagne to his friends and the media who have played a crucial role in his journey to becoming an international music icon.

Read also

University of Ghana: Visually impaired man bags law degree, Ghanaians celebrate him

The cake matched the theme of his new song January 9th, which was released on his birthday. It was black and had the number 9 boldly written on it in white, with white flowers used to design it. To show his appreciation, the Simmer Down crooner wrote a heartfelt message on a card.

Many of his friends and supporters, including Zionfelix, Kalyjay, Kwadwo Sheldon, Sika Official and many others took to social media to share pictures of the package and to also celebrate him.

Below are some of the lovely packages Black Sherif sent out.

Emotional Black Sherif addresses Illuminati rumours

YEN.com.gh reported that celebrated Ghanaian rapper Black Sherif dropped a touching song, January 9th, on his 22nd birthday, talking about his struggles and the burden on his shoulders.

Read also

Lil Win fires Kuami Eugene for not promoting a song he did with him

In the song, the Kweku The Traveller crooner also addressed rumours being peddled that he had sold his soul to the devil.

The smashing hit song touched the hearts of many Ghanaians who could relate to the lyrics of the song as they took to social media to praise Black Sherif's artistry.

Source: YEN.com.gh

Authors:
Geraldine Amoah avatar

Geraldine Amoah (Entertainment editor) Geraldine Amoah is an Entertainment Editor at YEN.com.gh. She pursued Business Administration at Ashesi University and graduated in 2020. She has over 3 years of experience in journalism. Geraldine's professional career in journalism started at Myjoyonline at Multimedia Group Limited, where she worked as a writer. You can reach out to her at geraldine.amoah@yen.com.gh.

Tags: