Former investor threatens to sue Black Sherif over breach of contract

Former investor threatens to sue Black Sherif over breach of contract 

The former investor of rapper, Mohammed Ismail Sherif known in showbiz circles as Black Sherif has threatend to sue the musician over a breach of contract.

This comes on the back of the recent misunderstanding between the artiste and the investor who has put much resource into Black Sherif’s music career.

Speaking to Sammy Flex TV, Kweku Kristo, the personal assistant for Wayne Chavis Consult lamented that Blacko went behind the investor to signe a distribution deal with an American record label, Empire Entertainment.

Kristo said the company has handed the matter over to their lawyers since the act exhibited by the “Second Sermon” hitmaker breached the five year contract signed with them.

“We were approached by Black Sherif and his crew that they needed someone to invest in them and manage them. He asked them what they required, they listed them, and he made provisions for them. My boss signed a contract with them on 18th August 2021. The contract was for five years”, Kristo added

He said they signed a contract with Black Sherif to market his product.

“Empire brought a deal. My boss perused it but was not happy about the content. Later, we realised that Black Sherif had gone behind us to sign the contract, and that was the beginning of the brouhaha.”

“At this point, we have our legal team looking into the matter. He wants them to take over the case,” he noted.


Joyceline Natally Cudjoe

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