Black Sherif’s ‘Second Sermon’ Video Hits 2 Million Views

‘Kwaku Frimpong de asɛm bɛba!’

He has done it again! Ghanaian hiplife sensation Black Sherif’s hit single ‘Second Sermon’ has just hit two million views on YouTube!

The Jeneral Jay-directed visuals, which was released July 16, is currently trending No.1 on Youtube, beating off competition from Shatta Wale’s ‘Botoe’ and Sarkodie’s ‘Vibration’ video.

Produced by Ghanaian Stallion, ‘Second Sermon’ has been a blockbuster sucess, absolutely slaying all the charts.

Despite success and critical reception of the song, the video divided opinions among the public and industry pundits.

Many condemned the brandishing of machete in the video as it denotes violence. Others also think the machete in the video is art and does not promote violence.

Responding to criticism over the video, Black Sherif in a now-deleted Facebook post stated that, he does not in anyway or form support violence.

According to him, the brandishing of machete as seen in the video symbolizes the struggles of the Ghanaian youth while on the street.

If you’ve not yet seen the Black Sherif’s ‘Second Sermon’ video that’s got people talking, check it out below…

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