The court has placed an order of injunction on Black Sheriff and his agents from performing any event or entering into an agreement to perform an event. There is also an injunction on all funds that has accrued to him through online streaming platforms and other revenue sources. The case will be heard at the court on the 9th of May. The matter related to the apartment that was given to Black Sheriff at East Legon by his former manager. Take a look at the documents that affirm the suit against Black Sheriff.
Black Sheriff was staying in a building at East Legon that was given to him by his former manager. After his collaboration with Burna Boy, he signed a new contract with Empire Music in Nigeria without the notice of his former manager.
I personally think this is a strategy to slow down Black Sheriff and make him irrelevant in the music industry. You can also share your thoughts on this topic in the comments section below. Have a nice day and stay safe.
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