The new sensation in Ghana right now is Black Sheriff’s “Sermons.” In there, the 19-year-old Konongo native narrates the life of a hustler and a gangster. He further explains how he migrated from Konongo to Accra in search of greener pastures. He dubbed his life chronicles- Sermons.
In fact, all didn’t get all rosy as we all know in Ghana. Black Sheriff’s creative way of singing and video acts made him super famous within few days of releasing his “Sermons.” Indeed, creativity has no boundaries and this young man’s talent is genuinely spectacular.
Just as Ghanaians continue to enjoy Black Sheriff’s “Sermons,” his Junior High School (JHS) graduation image surfaces on the internet. The young gangster even appeared more gangster when he was young and wasn’t famous in the media space. He poses standing between two pretty ladies which Ghanaians are yet to confirm who the ladies are/were to Killer Blacko apart from being just his cohorts. Enjoy the image below and have your own input:
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