In response to recent management concerns, Black Sherif, the stage name of Ghanaian artist Ishmael Mohammed Sherif, has issued an official statement.

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Many people recall his abandoning his management and secretly signing a recording contract with Empire Entertainment without his manager’s knowledge or consent.

The singer of “Second Sermon” was rumored to have thrown away a house provided by his management, 100 pairs of shoes, and a car given to him to help him develop in his career.

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DJ Slim, a Ghanaian radio personality, summed up the singer’s move by saying, “He ditched his management for Empire Entertainment without explanation.”

To be fair to all parties involved in the current controversy, Black Sherif has issued a statement alleging that the conversations are based on false and unfounded claims.

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The team is currently working to reach an agreement between the two parties, according to the statement below

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