Fast-rising ghanaian artiste, Black Sherif's dress code has been questioned by a lecturer on campus.
The level hundred student of UPSA was seeing in a viral video with a lecturer having a conversation on campus.
In the said video, the lecturer asked Black Sherif why is he wearing ear ring.
The person who was videoing Black Sherif and the lecturer chipped in and said Black Sherif is a superstar.
The lecturer asked the one behind the camera that what does Black Sherif do for being a superstar.
The person told the lecturer that Black Sherif is a musician and everyone in Ghana knows that he's a musician.
In replying, the lecturer said Sarkodie doesn't wear ear ring.
"But Sarkodie doesn't wear ear ring" he said.
The lecturer later cautioned Black Sherif telling him that the school doesn't allow that type of dress code on campus.
He further stated that the school have a dress code so Black Sherif should go and read the prescribed dress code.
Watch the video below
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