God is alive, I’m being careful, Black Sherif reacts to Nigel Gaisie’s prophecy.
After a lengthy period of silence, Ghanaian singer Black Sherif has responded to Prophet Nigel Gaisie’s doomsday prediction concerning him.
Prophet Nigel Gaisie had previously posted on social media that he had seen an ominous vision regarding someone named Sheriff Black and encouraged the family to pray for him.
In a later appearance on UTV’s United Showbiz, Prophet Nigel Gaisie confirmed that his vision had been misinterpreted and that it was about Sherif Black, not Black Sherif.
Black Sherif, in a live Instagram conversation, addressed the issue and said, “The pastor says it’s not about Black Sherif; he says it’s about Sherif Black. Please don’t call me Sherif Black. God is alive. If God dies, it means all of us die. Man can plan, but when I pull up, everywhere will shut down. Man can scheme, but God doesn’t plan. God is alive; don’t worry too much.”
Despite these statements, Black Sherif has highlighted the significance of caution and noted that only God has the authority to end a person’s life, saying:
“Don’t worry, I am being careful. I am being careful, bro. God is alive. If the time comes for us to return to our creator, it’s God who will take us. If someone tries to harm me, it’s God who will decide. Only God can take a life. Only God can take mine. I am calming down.”
Black Sherif’s career began in 2019 with the publication of his song “Cry for Me” on YouTube. On May 25, 2020, his debut single “Money” was released, coupled with a music video. His song “First Sermon” was released in May 2021, expanding his fan base even further. “Second Sermon,” the song’s sequel, was released in July and featured a remix by fellow African musician Burna Boy.
Black Sherif’s breakthrough came in March 2022 with the release of his single “Kwaku the Traveller,” which peaked at number one on the Ghanaian and Nigerian Apple Music charts and became his most popular tune. He released his debut album, The Villain I Never Was, in October, with the singles “45” and “Soja” supporting it.