Home Showbiz I don’t know how to comment on the issues regarding the government but maybe next year I’ll write a song on it – Black Sherif
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I don’t know how to comment on the issues regarding the government but maybe next year I’ll write a song on it – Black Sherif

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Newly-crowned VGMA Artiste of the Year, Black Sherif in a recent interview on TV3 New Day with Cookie Tee and Berla Mundi has expressed his decision to refrain from commenting on matters related to politics and governance until he possesses sufficient knowledge and feels prepared to discuss them.

Black Sherif, 21, appeared as a guest on TV3 New Day where he reflected on his aspirations, stating, “I want to see the better version of me and my people.”

When asked about the state of the country and the government’s current performance, he acknowledged the complexity of the issues.

He expressed his hesitation in providing a comprehensive commentary at the present moment.

“As I sit here right now, I don’t know how to comment on the issues regarding the government. But maybe next year, or in the next two years, I’ll know how to speak on that,” he shared.

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He contemplated the possibility of addressing these concerns through his music, suggesting that writing a song might be the best way for him to express his thoughts and feelings on the matter.

“It’s long  to chat through the government to the people that’s why I love that there’s no barrier between me and the people because of my music,” he pointed out

Demonstrating a commitment to accountability, the ‘Kweku Killer’ crooner emphasized the importance of deliberate and thoughtful communication.

He said he had taken a cautious approach to choosing his words, aiming to be fully aware of the impact they may have.

“I love accountability. Mostly when I’m talking, I’m very slow with choosing my words. I want to be aware of whatever word I put out… My face is in the people’s face, so I’m talking to them. I’m doing my best,” he conveyed.

Known for his soulful voice and unique storytelling, Blacko also highlighted the significance of self-reflection and inner peace as fundamental steps towards his personal growth.

“If you want to be better, you have to be at peace with yourself first,” he asserted. “That’s what I’m doing. I’m trying to do it for my people—to be with ourselves first and tackle our unique situations before we consider external assistance.”

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