Black Sherif Arrested At KIA

Reigning Artiste of the Year at the VGMA 23, according to multiple sources, have been arrested at the Kotoka International Airport.

News broke out yesterday, about the alleged arrest of Black Sherif who is also known as Blacko. The Artiste who have captivated the attention and hearts of many music lovers and consumers both in Africa and the diaspora, was picked up at the Kotoka International Airport by the Ghana Police Service, upon arrival from performing at multiple shows in Portugal, including the AfroNation concert in Portugal, amongst others

According to Kofi Adoma of Kofi TV, a YouTube channel based in Ghana, Black Sherif was contacted by a said gentleman, who wanted Blacko to perform in Greece in a yatch show or party. In Greece, it is common for the rich to gather in a yatch to have fun whilst having artistes performing for them.

According to the source, Blacko demanded an amount of $40,000.00 to perform in Greece as explained above. Black Sherif demanded that before he sets off to Greece half of the agreed amount which is $20,000.00 should be paid. According to Kofi TV, this was agreed to by the said gentleman who contracted Blacko. The money was transferred to Blacko’s account, only for him not to turn up.

Apparently, this yatch concert in Greece was also just about the same time, the Afro Nation and other concerts were being held in Portugal, where Black Sherif was also billed to perform. Due to this, according to sources, a complaint was made at the Kotoka International Airport, and his name was added to the list of wanted passengers. Upon arrival, and at the checkpoint, Black Sherif was stopped and asked to wait in a given room. Later, the Ghana Police personnel picked him up and sent him to the Police Headquarters in Accra.

Black Sherif who just released the video to his “Oh Paradise” off his debut Album The Villain I Never Was, is very dear to the hearts of many music lovers and his arrest has particularly raised a lot of eye brows and has got many people talking and giving their own opinion on the case.

More updates will follow, as and when there is a new development on the issue.

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