Players of Clermont foot in the french league 1 sings Black Sherif’s second sermon word for word after they defeated last year league champion Lille by a goal to nil.
In a video sighted on social media sees the whole team of Clermont foot jamming and singing each word in Black Sherif’s second sermon song.
Second sermon has been a big song on the African soil following it release, the likes of Burna Boy and other superstars who can’t even speak the Ghana language has jammed and sing the song word for word.
The song keeps making waves as Clermont foot fc ignores big songs from big super stars to jam to the song of Ghana’s very own Black Sherif.
The video of the white players jamming and singing the second sermon song word for word has caused huge stir on social media as people keeps reacting and applauding the young talented singer.
Quickly watch below video of French league 1 side Clermont foot fc jamming and singing Second sermon word for word after defeating Lille by 1 goal to nil.
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