Da’ Hammer, the last two, has advised Black Sherif to take the suit filed against him seriously or it will come back against him.
This follows after Black Sherif’s former financier, Shadrach Agyei Owusu accused the ‘Kwaku The Traveller’ hitmaker of abandoning him to sign a record deal with, Empire Distribution, without his consent.
Black Sherif was said to have inked a distribution agreement with Empire Music without his investor’s permission, despite the fact that he allegedly had a business management contract with him.
According to the deal, he must conduct all of his actions through the investor who came on board to assist the performer.
In a writ of summons dated April 11, 2022, Black Sherif, the plaintiff, seeks to be barred from performing at gatherings without his agreement.
Well, according to the celebrated record producer, the situation should not have escalated to this point, and he believes that the Black Sherif should handle all the happenings that have led to this.
Hammer, who has groomed some of Ghana’s top hip-hop artists including Obrafour, Tinny, Kwaw Kese, Sarkodie, and Ayigbe Edem, feels Black Sherif has to face these issues once and for all in order to focus on his potential career.
Sharing his comment, he wrote;
“Doesn’t have to come to that point. You can’t sweep anything under the carpet. I believe he needs to do the needful and deal with this situation once and for all. Or else it’ll always come back.”