Seems an impending trouble is awaiting Ghanaian musician Black Sherif. The father of his deceased Girlfriend Clementina Konadu is threatening to have him face consequences.
According to the aggrieved father, he never knew Black Sherif to be his daughter’s boyfriend until recently. He orders the Hip-Hop sensation to meet him and answer questions, lest he would accuse him of knowing something about his daughter’s demise.
His words : “He used my daughter’s name to make hit for himself without my consent, I know nothing about him until today, it been 5yrs since my Daughter passed away but we never saw him in the picture, so why now? He is lying, He is not the Boyfriend of my daughter, she was under-age to even be in a Relationship, He has to come and see me and answer some questions or else I can say that He know something about the death of my Late Daughter”
Black Sherif released his debut album “The Villain I Never Was” on digital and streaming platforms on October 6, 2022.
The album contains 14 solid tracks ranging from ‘ The Homeless Song”, ‘Oil In My Head’, ’45’, ‘Prey De Youngsta ‘, and ‘Sad Boys Don’t Fold’ among others.
The album also comprises his monster hit singles ‘Soja’, released recently, ‘Kweku The Traveller’ and ‘Second Sermon Remix’ featuring Burna Boy.
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Black Sherif is popularly known for pouring out his emotions (trials and tribulations), preaching hustle, and expressing his hunger for success in his tunes, so is this album also created from those dimensions.
In the track 12 of the album ‘Oh Paradice’ Black Sherif sings about his first girlfriend who died at age 17 (tribute song).
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According to source, Black Sherif and the late girlfriend had a short intimate relationship (date) and this happened back in their Senior High School days.
The lady by Name Clementina Konadu is said to be a former student of the Kumasi Academy Senior High School who died in 2017 at the KNUST Hospital following an outbreak of swine flu.