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Kelvin Taylor Advices Black Sherif to Keep His Ghetto Boys With Him and Not Lose Himself to Fame

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U.S based Ghanaian media personality, Kelvin Taylor, has given a piece of advice to Black Sherif as he becomes one of the most famous artistes around.

Taylor has warned the 19-year old boy to keep the ghetto boys he has around him and not lose himself to fame.

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Simply put, he should not leave those who started with him behind and start moving around with fake friends who would come around just because of his fame and cash.

Black Sherif has become the latest amazing rags to riches story in Ghanaian showbiz.

He has been hustling hard the past few years but never got the recognition he was looking for.

All that changed with the release of the single ‘First Sermon’, which gained traction and brought him to fame.

He reached legendary fame levels with the follow-up to that, the ‘Second Sermon’.

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‘Second Sermon’ caught the attention of many top rappers including Sarkodie and M.anifest who hyped Sherif.

The passion and lyricism on display in the video was too hot to handle and he just blew up.

Everyone in Ghana now knows Black Sherif, apart from his lecturer, of course!

Speaking on a recent edition of his show, Kelvin Taylor has advised the young man to stay close to his pals who came up with him.

According to him, he would go far by keeping those people close to him and advancing together with them.

Showbiz is filled with stories of people who abandoned their roots after becoming rich and famous and later regretted it.

Watch Kelvin Taylor’s words for the kid below…

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