Talented Ghanaian singer, Black Sherif has recounted how he was bounced by a lady he expressed his feeling towards back in his secondary school.
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Black Sherif who gained popularity after he released his most popular song “Second Sermon” revealed in an interview with Deloris Frimpong Manso on the Delay that he is always scared approaching girls after the incident.
This comes after he was spotted in a viral photo rocking the back of a beautiful video vixen while shooting a music video with some of his colleagues.
Watch the interview below:
In other news, Ghanaian actress, Lydia Forson has said that there is absolutely nothing wrong with the fact that someone has feelings for another person and expressing it to the person in their own ways.
Love they say is a beautiful thing but also one of the most dangerous feelings in the world. While others while choose to appreciate the love others express towards them, some will turn to take advantage of other people’s feelings just to have leverage over them.
In view of that, most people will prefer to hide their feelings and just play around just to save themselves from premature heartbreaks.
Lydia Forson has said that there is absolutely nothing wrong with the fact that someone has feelings for another person of the opposite sex and expressing it towards them. In her opinion, there is no need to mock someone just because of their emotions and love towards another person. She made her assertions known on the microblogging platform, Twitter.