My mother, Auntie Marie has been in Greece since I was 9

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Ghanaian musician Mohammed Ismail Sherif, widely known as Black Sherif has unveiled the location of his parents

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Speaking in an interview with Serwaa Amihere on GhOne TV’s morning show, he was asked to tell his fans the whereabouts of his parents

The main purpose of the musician was to promote his Second Sermon track which featured Burma Boy but the discussion was shifted towards his parents.

Replying to the question he said “My mother is not dead, She’s in Greece”

Black Sherif added that his mother, Auntie Marie is still alive and can be located in Greece, and his parents are alive and they are delighted about his musical achievement.

The young musician revealed, Sister Mariama in his second sermon is a loving cousin and she died while observing the dawn prayers. so he did the song with her name just to pay a glowing tribute to her memory

He indicated that he was advised to join his parents after he graduated his Senior High school Education but he refused to go back to Greece because he wanted to pursue his dreams as a musician in Ghana and it seems his decision has served him right

Black Sherif is at the University of Professional Studies to further his education and he is a level 200 student now.

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