Following the release of his single “First Sermon,” Ghanaian uprising musician Black Sherif has been trending on the internet for over a month.
Later, he released the song “Second Sermon,” to which a lot of people are responding positively, and the song is gaining the highest airplay it deserves.
One of the sentences in his “Second Sermon” that has sparked attention of many was the part he made mention of auntie Marie.
“Aunti Marie nim s3 this be the life we dey I dey live for here”
He was implying that Auntie Marie is unaware of his troubles in the capital city.
Aunty Marie, Black Sherif attributed in the song, would be worried if he decided to tell her what he’s going through.
- Chelsea target Dembele officially a free agent
- 5 Greatest Boxers Of All Time In Every Single Weight Class Revealed
- 5 Clubs To Score Most Header Goals In Europe Last Season
- Virgil van Dijk Has Revealed Five Players That Are Tough For Him To Defend Against
- 8 Players Who Can Replace For Frenkie de Jong As He Nears Joing Manchester United
Black Sherif has officially released a picture of famous but unknown Aunty Marie whom he gave a credit to on his Second Sermon song, according to a post seen by UrbanNews Gh.
Aunty Marie is obviously his own mother, as evidenced by a photo posted by Sherif on his numerous social media accounts.
Black Sherif’s mother was seen video chatting with his son.
What exactly are they discussing?
I imagine you’re eager to know who this real Auntie Marie is.
WATCH PHOTO OF AUNTIE MARIE BELOW
The rapper broke into the mainstream media after the launch of his song First Sermon, and has since gained the hearts of the majority of Ghanaians.
He maintained the momentum for his Second Sermon, which is a sequel to his first sermon, after gaining recognition for his dexterity.
The second sermon received a bit more than a million views within a day of its release on YouTube.