“If Sarkodie Had Jumped On Black Sherif’s 2nd Sermon, Ghanaians Would Have Said He Is Trying To Feed On His Shine”-George Britton Laments

Artiste manager and entertainment critic, George Britton has suggested that Ghanaians need to start building up their people to have open minds for the sake of the Ghanaian culture.

George Britton made the comment after the Nigerian musical icon, Burna Boy was spotted in a viral video adding his version to Black Sherif’s song ‘Second Sermon’. Burna Boy earlier was seen in previous video jamming to the tune with his friend.

Popular Ghanaian rapper, Sarkodie has been accused by some critics of feeding on the glory of upcoming stars. Recall, a spiritualist warned the managers of Yaw Tog not to allow him to go near Sarkodie because he will confiscate his shine for a period of five years before releasing it back to him.

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It is on this stands that George Britton has stated that should it have been Sarkodie who jumped on the tune, Ghanaians would have accused him of trying to feed on Black Sherif’s shine but Burna Boy is rather being hailed for doing the same.

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Taking to his Facebook, he wrote;

“If Sarkodie had jumped on Black Sherif’s 2nd Sermon, Ghanaians woulda said he was trying to feed on the young man’s shine. But here we praising Burna Boy for doing the same. We need to start building our people to have open minds for the sake of the culture”.

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