Black Sherif Explains The Symbolism Behind The Machetes In The Second Sermon (+ Screenshot)

Ghanaian uprising artiste, Black Sherif,  whose song is currently going viral on all social media has come out to explained the symbolism behind the machetes In the second sermon video.

His “Second Sermon” video is trending with about 500,000 views on one of the biggest video streaming platform, YouTube.

The uprising artiste employed some strategies (youthful imaginaries) and tried to  sell the plight of the youth. The eye-catching symbolism used by Blacko Sherif made his video trend to the extend of hitting the number 1 trending Music Video on YouTube now.

The main thing which brought more attention on his second sermon video was an image of two crossed machetes which has hold by a guy behind Blacko Sheriff. 

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Many Ghanaians have reacted negatively to his idea of having wo crossed machete. Some says he’s trying to promote violence and many more. 

However, Sheriff has come out to publicly explain the symbolism behind the use of the crossed machete in the video. He ruled out claims of promoting violence.

The artiste said his idea behind the machete was to represent what’s happening on the streets with the youth. 

Blacko continued that the song was produced to draw the government’s attention and other opinion leader to the plight of the youth in Ghana.

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In other news, Ghanaian Dancehall Artiste and Leader of the Shatta Movement , Shatta Wale, claims he is the first dancehall artiste to have his car customized in the entire Africa continent.

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The dancehall artiste had his car customized by one Ghanaian celebrity autoworks company , Stunncust autoworks. It was this same company who customized Kuami Eugene’s Chevrolet Camaro and his recently gifted Range Rover.

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