Black Sherif Goes Viral for Acting Strangely While High on weed


– Black Sherif’s funny video
– Netizens find his behavior amusing
– Black Sherif’s marijuana habit
– Support from Ghanaians

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Black Sherif, a popular musician from Ghana, is currently trending on social media due to a funny video of him acting strangely. In the video, Blacko was seen speaking incoherently while wearing a green top. Netizens found his peculiar behavior amusing and quickly figured out that he was just high and enjoying his euphoria.

It’s no secret that the young trap sensation smokes marijuana. He’s pretty much confirmed it in his songs, even though he’s wise enough not to openly declare it in real life. Nonetheless, he has the support of Ghanaians, so his habit is considered as humorous rather than harmful.

One fan wrote, “Weed is weeding,” while another said, “W’a high.” Despite some concerns about the impact of his drug use on his career, Black Sherif’s outcomes speak for themselves. He has achieved tremendous success in the music industry, and his fans are thrilled to see him enjoying himself.

In conclusion, Black Sherif’s funny video is a reminder that even celebrities are human and like to let loose sometimes. While his marijuana habit may not be for everyone, it’s clear that he has the support of Ghanaians and is continuing to make waves in the music industry.


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