'Kwaku The Traveller' hit maker, Black Sherif has spake a lot of reactions on the social media after something amazing was seen in his suit while shooting a video for his upcoming project. According to a viral picture making a lot of waves on social media saw a fork that was placed in the pocket of the rapper. Well there is nothing wrong with the picture because that could be another way of selling his brand to the world. Black Sherif according to a report gathered suggests he is shooting a video for the most awaited song 'Kwaku The Traveller' which became a trend some days ago.
Black Sherif is known for making waves after dropping a 'second sermon' and the remix with the African giant, Burna Boy. Let us join hands and support Black Sherif and push him till the world hears him.
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