Veteran Ghanaian music producer Hammer of the Last Two has once again shown his undying love for the burgeoning Ghanaian musician, Black Sherif.
He has cautioned Black Sherif to take the lawsuit filed by his former investors seriously or risk having it used against him in the future.
Shadrach Agyei Owusu, aka Snap, Black Sherif’s former financier, accused the ‘Kwaku The Traveller’ hitmaker of leaving him high and dry to negotiate a record deal with renowned music distribution company Empire Distribution without his knowledge, prompting his advice.
Kumasi-based radio host, DJ Slim was the first to bring the matter to the attention of the public on his show. He accused Black Sherif of being ungrateful, claiming that as his fame grew, he threw away a seven-bedroom mansion, a car, and other personal goods that his management had given him.
The incident should not have gotten to this point, according to Hammer. Adding to this, he went on to say it would have been best if Black Sherif was forthcoming about everything that had led to this.
Below is the comment he made under a Facebook post.
“Doesn’t have to come to that point. You can’t sweep anything under the carpet. I believe he needs to do the needful and deal with this situation once and for all. Or else it’ll always come back,”