As a result of Ghanaian socialite-turned-musician Andrea Owusu, aka Efia Odo, telling fellow musician and trap artist Sherif Ismail Mohammed Frimpong, aka Black Sherif, that she has something pink that will make him happy, Twitter has gone crazy.
Internet users are talking about this remark by the slim socialite because they are curious about the pink object Efia Odo is referring to. Many people are calling the erstwhile Kwesi Arthur fan’s desire to deliver it to Killa Blacko.
Efia Odo’s comment came when the trapper posted a picture on Twitter.
In 2019, Black Sherif launched his career by posting the song “Cry for Me” to YouTube. On May 25, 2020, he released “Money,” his debut song, along with a music video. His single “First Sermon,” which was released in May 2021, expanded his audience. The song’s follow-up, “Second Sermon,” was released in July and featured Burna Boy, another African musician.
His breakthrough came in March 2022 with the release of his single “Kwaku the Traveller,” which peaked at number one on the Apple Music charts in Ghana and Nigeria and went on to become his most popular tune. In celebration of the release of his debut album The Villain I Never Was, he released the songs “45” and “Soja” in October.