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Black Sheriff Should Face The Law To Deter Others – Mr. Logic

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Famous Ghanaian entertainment critic, Mr. Logic, in an expression of his opinion on the recent brouhaha involving Ghanaian singer Black Sherif and cruise people limited, has posited that the “Konongo Zongo” hitmaker should be held responsible by facing the law.

According to Mr. Logic, the actions taken by the musician and his team were deemed unprofessional, and he believes that in order for the creative terrain to be taken seriously and to succeed, it is appropriate for individuals within the Ghanaian music industry to hold each other responsible and accountable for their actions.

During an appearance on UTV’s United Showbiz Night, he highlighted that instilling legal repercussions for such breaches and unprofessional behavior would serve as a deterrent for fellow industry players, discouraging them from engaging in same actions in the near future.

“Artistes should take a cue from this challenge, we are in a professional space and the law should take effect. let them go defend themselves in court so lessons can be learned” he advised.

“We are not making use of the court, and we take certain things likely in the creative space, the industry is known for unseriousness, and its high time the narrative change should we want a better professional environment” he further stated.

“The only way we can make money in the creative space is to hold other people responsible for their actions” he concluded.

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