Mohammed Ismail Sherif, better known as Black Sherif, the Ghanaian artist, has revealed the location of his parents.

He was asked to inform his followers where his parents were during an interview with Serwaa Amihere on GhOne TV’s morning show.

The musician’s original goal was to promote his Second Sermon single, which included Burma Boy, but the conversation quickly went to his parents.

“My mum is not dead, she is in Greece,” he responded in response to the query.

Black Sherif also stated that his mother, Auntie Marie, is still alive and can be found in Greece, as well as his parents, who are proud of his musical accomplishment.

Sister Mariama, the young musician disclosed in his second lecture, is a lovely relative who died while observing morning prayers. So he wrote the song in her honor as a shining homage to her memories.

He stated that he was recommended to return to Greece after completing his senior high school education, but he declined because he wanted to follow his goals as a singer in Ghana, and it appears that his decision paid off.

Black Sherif is a level 200 student at the University of Professional Studies, where he is furthering his study.


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