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I Only Smoke ‘Wee’ In My Songs – Black Sherrif Debunks Chain Smoker Claims



Award-winning Ghanaian musician, Black Sheriff, popularly known as ‘Killer Blacko’, has debunked rumours indicating he smokes marijuana also known as ‘wee’.
The 21-year-old singer, songwriter, and entertainer from Konongo, who took over the Ghanaian music scene by storm with his hit album ‘The Villain I Never Was’, has stated that he doesn’t smoke but only portrays the lifestyle of a smoker in his music videos.
In a recent interview with Andy Dosty on Accra-based Hitz FM, the reigning VGMA ‘Artist Of The Year’ award winner was asked if he smokes weed, and in response to this question, he replied saying he doesn’t endorse marijuana, neither does he smoke.
He further disclosed that he only rolls up for the song inside, which grammatically means he only acts like he smokes in his songs and music videos.
According to him, he does this to create a certain vibe and mood for his music, which resonates with his fans.
The iconic Ghanaian musician is recognized for singing songs that glorify the smoking of weed.
Songs notable for this particular brand accustomed to Black Sheriff’s style of music making include Kwaku the Traveller, Second Sermon, and Soja.
Blacko’s songs are often filled with references to weed, inferring from lyrics such as “I dey burn the kush”, “I dey smoke like a chimney”, and “I dey high like a kite”.
However, he has come out to clarify that these are just artistic expressions and not true reflections of his personal lifestyle.

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