In a recent live video session, Ghanaian superstar Black Sherif responded to an unusual inquiry from a fan who wondered if he had made a deal with the devil.
The sincerely interested admirer received a funny response from Black Sherif.
He responded in jest, suggesting that if the fan knew where one might sell one’s soul, he may have already done so.
In a playful tone, he added, “You sell soul, Jon, who wants to sell your soul more than me? Do you even know where they sell souls?”
Mohammed Ismail Sherif, often known as Black Sherif, has been making waves in the music industry.
The reigning VGMA Artiste of the Year recently had a hugely successful debut in New York City at Palladium Times Square, where throngs of adoring fans gathered to watch him play his hit songs and songs from his enormously popular album.
Even with all the anticipation and fanfare, some fans saw odd graphics on the stage backdrop, which prompted concerns. The set included a character with human-like characteristics, such as horns and unsettling crimson eyes.
Ghanaians began to wonder and speculate about this, with some speculating that Black Sherif may have joined a sect or cult as a result of the imagery used during his performance.