Sensational Ghanaian Artiste Black sherif has been in the trends as Ghanaians speculate on social media he might have joined Illuminati.
The Vodafone Ghana Music Awards ’24 Artiste of the year has been in the conversations after he gave a riveting performance at Palladium, Times Square in the New York, USA on May, 20.
The visuals of Baphomet projected on the LED backdrop of the stage during his performance has generated heated conversation across various platforms as Ghanaians are smelling a rat of the Artist joining the famous Brotherhood cult, Illuminati.
This has also corroborated a tattoo of the alleged Baphomet on the hand of the artiste in some photos.
Ghanaians have been tweeting on this subject. You chop tweeted “But seriously Blacko has a tattoo on his hand with the same baphomet 🤔 well who am I to judge”
Dubli Veriti also tweeted “Now Blacko turned to a wasteman. Baphomet worshiper?? The hungry Konongo boy Ghanaians know sold his soul Eiii”
Sage Kenny also rebutted the negative trends in his tweet “When they don’t understand the depth of your success or don’t have that much successful people around them, the affiliate your efforts to the Devil.”
However, a Blogger and Content Creator, Phylix Akakpo, who happens to be part of the organizers has debunked the allegation and stated it was a deliberate attempt to keep Black Sherif in the conversation.
” It kept the conversation on, everyone was trying to wonder what he was trying to convey. But I feel this is part of the art. it is part of the craft. we’ve had times, we’ve seen people been tagged like this. ” he said.
He further admitted the backlash from society was something they expected because they needed the subject matter to drive conversations in the showbiz.
“It is a human thing. It is a society thing definitely there will be feedback from all different angles. Everybody sees stuff differently. But like I said we are looking at it in the direction of showbiz in the direction fo conversation. From where I am I can say it’s just for the craft, for the culture unless there is something behind it i don’t know.” He added
Baphomet is an invented pagan or gnostic idol or deity that the Templars were accused of worshipping and that was later embraced by various occult and mystical writers.