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“Twitter is not safe for my mental health that’s why I don’t handle my page” – Black Sherif says

Ishmael Mohammed Sherif, also known as Black Sherif, a Ghanaian singer, has spoken up about how he deals with trolls and harsh criticism on Twitter.

According to the “Kwaku The Traveler” composer, everyone is entitled to their own view, therefore if the criticism is about his craft, he has no problem with it.

He said that if he finds himself in a legal bind, his attorneys and legal advisors would handle the problem, but if he receives severe criticism from Ghanaians, he simply laughs it off and moves on.

He said that if he finds himself in a legal bind, his attorneys and legal advisors would handle the problem, but if he receives severe criticism from Ghanaians, he simply laughs it off and moves on.

However, he also stated that he does not manage his Twitter profile personally owing to negative remarks and trolls, as he believes the environment is unsafe for his mental health.

He also feels that because the Twitter community can’t be regulated, individuals should be free to express themselves in whichever way they choose.

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In other news, dancehall musician, Charles Nii Armah Mensah, professionally known in the entertainment circle as Shatta Wale, has revealed his intention to go back to the United States of America.

This comes after the musician was greeted with DUMSOR (blackout) just hours after he arrived back in Ghana.

Taking to his verified social media handle on the popular social media platform, Twitter, he wrote: “Ah still dem deh do light off here  I have to go back to my country   GM SM fans ”



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