Mr. Owusu Shadrach Agyei, the musician Black Sherif’s former financier, asked the Accra High Court for an injunction to prevent him from performing his song.
According to the court’s indications, the injunction was canceled on Tuesday, July 26 because the claimant, Shadrach Agyei Owusu, failed to provide evidence for why the injunction should be granted.
After hearing rumors that he had left the agency and signed a new contract with Empire Entertainment without their knowledge, the former financier filed a lawsuit against the musician on April 11, 2022.
The musician was to be served with an injunction barring him from performing at any events until the legal dispute was resolved.
The lawsuit also requested that another injunction be placed on the musician’s funds to prevent him from accessing them until the case is resolved.
Mr. Owusu filed a contract breach lawsuit against the defendant, seeking GHc1 million in damages.
As a result of Black Sherif’s attorney, Samson Lardy Anyenini, opposing the injunction, the court dismissed the injunctions against the musician on Tuesday, July 26, 2022.
Justice Akua Sarpomaa Amoah, who presided over the case, declared that granting Mr. Owusu’s request would be unjustifiable to the accused.