Black Sheriff was able to win our hearts with his incredibly genuine lyrics. In his series of “Sermons,” Black Sheriff describes the tales of his life in Accra after he left Konongo. Indeed, he added a chorus where he said “Kwaku Frimpong de asem beba,” which translates as Kwaku Frimpong will bring troubles.
In his “Sermons,” he made mention of a certain woman called Sister Mariana. In his second track, he observed a minute of silence for Sister Mariana and added a message for her. Kwaku Frimpong also promised to explain many of his decisions to her when they meet in Heaven. Obviously, he would be reprimanded for many of his life choices.
Well, today, Kwaku paid his last respect to Sister Mariana in a more sorrowful way. Whatever Sister Mariana did to Black Sheriff, she must be very special and influential. In life, you will always find someone who will be of great asset to you. Sadly, many of those people don’t last in life to see your success.
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