According to the Ghanaian fast raising artiste, Black Sherif he has dropped out of school following his falling behind in class. The musician, Blacko who turn twenty years a few days ago took to his snapchat account to announce this sad news to his fans. According to him the main reason he has dropped out of school is that, he felt behind and wanted to start all over again.
The musician who came into the musician scene after dropping 'First and Second Sermon' which got a lot of people in the country talking was a student in the University of Professional Studies (UPSA) in Accra. According to his post on the snapchat, he made emphatically that he has dropped out from UPSA but have registered in the University of Ghana, Legon to start all over again after barely completing level 100 in the University of Professional Studies (UPSA). The rapper believes the best way to bounce back into the education scene is to start the whole process again.
He explains that;
“hmm bro, I can’t with that school. I’ve left ei
honestly, I felt behind and wanted to start over. You understand?
nah I’m in a different school now
if I no fit then I lef come house. Nobody send me na"
But Black Sherif seems not giving up because he has registered in the University of Ghana to continue his studies. This could be a sad news to all Blacko fans but he is not giving up as he is trying to push forward despite being dropped out from school. We wish him all the best of luck in his step taking to pursue his dream in the educational sector. What is your taught about Blacko taking a decision to drop out from school?
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