Black Sherif Dedicates His Debut Album To His Late Girlfriend
Black Sherif, a generally known Ghanaian musician, debuted with his album “The Villain I Never Was.”
The 12th tune, “Oh Paradise,” by Black Sherif, however, describes the agonizing sorrow of losing his late girlfriend.
Clementina Konadu, the musician’s late partner, passed away five years ago but had been an indelible love that inspired the singer to open up in the heartfelt song.
Media reports claim that the song has identified Black Sherif’s deceased girlfriend as a former pupil of the Kumasi Academy Senior High School online.
According to the report, internet discussion has centered on the obituary images of Konadu, who was 17 years old when she passed away.
It can be recalled that sometime in 2017, it was reported that two first-year students of the Kumasi Academy SHS died following an outbreak of swine flu.
Konadu was part of the two students who lost her life at the Kwame Nkrumah University of Science and Technology (KNUST) hospital after the incident.