I Love Black Sherif So Much That I Want To Lay Hands On Him And Pray For Him – Cecelia Marfo

By Majesty 2 Min Read

Ghanaian gospel musician Cecelia Marfo has shown her respect for Black Sherif, a hip-hop artist.

Cecelia Marfo recently said in an interview on Okay FM that she cried the first time she heard Black Sherif’s song.

She disclosed that the song moved her to tears due to its exceptional quality. She also talked about how the song touched her soul.

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Popular for his unique style, Black Sherif revealed a surprising source for his wardrobe a few weeks ago when he talked about his fashion choices: the lively second-hand clothing market, known locally as Kanta or foose.

Black Sherif discussed his fashion journey in an interview on Nana Ama McBrown’s Onua Showtime. He gave credit to his friends at Kantamanto, a thriving second hand clothing market, for helping him choose his distinctive looks.

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“My boys in Kanta, who are also my clothes sellers, are in Kantamanto, and they help me choose the best clothes.” Black Sheriff said, “My boys Kijo and Co.,” emphasizing the teamwork that went into choosing his attire.

Expressing a preference for teamwork, Black Sherif drew a parallel to cinematic examples: “We think together. I love the teamwork. When you watch Avatar and the likes, you see how they work together. It’s all about the style and being creative about all you wear.”

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