President of the Alliance for Change in Ghana Music (AFGHAM), Seven Xavier has said that he believes the whole issue of Black Sherif not sending a promotional video to the Cruise People Limited after he signed a contract with them is bizarre.
Seven believes that Black Sherif should have done what they were asking for provided it was stated in the contract but if it wasn’t, he was not obligated to do anything.
“Whatever it was, I’m sure before the money was paid, there was a contract. It is the contract that will prove whether what we are talking about is relevant or irrelevant. If it is in the contract, then he has to do it,” he noted.
Speaking on TV3’s Twitter space with Caleb Nii Boye, the co-founder of the Alliance for Change group shared his opinion on Black Sherif’s predicament, calling for either him or his team to open up on the issue.
“I’ll say Blacko’s situation right now is very bizarre. It shouldn’t have been something that was too difficult for him to execute so it’s a bit bizarre. I would love that we could get his side of the story or someone from his team’s side of the story but if it was simply because he was too busy for it then it’s a bit sad because it is not too much to ask for,” he opined.
When asked how he felt about their silence on the issue, Seven stated that “It’s probably their strategy because we all don’t know what’s going on with their camps and how they run things. It was the same thing when he had his first controversy with his ex-manager/ label that he was on. It took a while for anything to come up from their side.”
He concluded on the matter saying, “If it is a legal matter, I’m sure they’ll want to wait for lawyers to look at it before they actually make statements because remember whatever you say can be used against you. So maybe, they want qualified people to look at certain things before they make statements. I’m just giving them the benefit of the doubt.”
By Esther Aryee|3XTRA.TV|Ghana