On Thursday, October 6, 2022, rapper Black Sherif released his debut record, “The Villian I Never Was.” The he fourteen-track album has been hailed as a masterpiece by many music fans.
The award-winning musician wrote the song “Oh Paradise” for his first love while he was in senior high school, and it has since become a hot topic on social media.
The “Second Sermon” hitmaker talks about the agony he has felt since his lover Clementina, aka Tina, passed away in 2017 as a result of the H1N1 flu and meningitis outbreak in Kumaca in the song that has the appearance of being a lament.
In the song, Black Sherif expressed his anguish at not being able to at least say goodbye before she died away. He then forgave her for dying unexpectedly and begged for her soul to find peace.
While the song is receiving so much attention, a man who is purported to be Tina’s father has come forward to severely criticize Black Sherif and make some accusations against him.
In an interview with Abro, the man who goes by the name Clement Kofi Adu Bofour expressed his belief that Black Sherif is insulting the memory of his late daughter by claiming that she was his girlfriend when those statements are untrue.
He continued by questioning Black Sherif’s failure to attend his daughter’s funeral with his family when she was laid in state if, as he claims, he had some kind of romantic involvement with her.
In his final statement, Mr. Adu Bofour urged Black Sherif to visit his family and explain how, as he claims, his late daughter was his girlfriend, failing which he would be obliged to sue the man since it would appear that he knew something about the death of his late daughter.
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