Fame comes at a price. Fast-rising trap musician Black Sherif has quit the Univesity of Professional Studies (UPSA).
Black Sherif says he just felt he was falling behind in school hence took the decision to drop out.
The ‘Second Sermon’ hitmaker made this revelation during an interactive session with fans on Snapchat.
By the time he hit the limelight, Sherif was already a student at UPSA.
He once made headlines after he met one of his lecturers who had no idea he was a star and told him to concentrate on studying.
That portion of his life is now over.
According to Blacko, he just couldn’t handle his classes and fell behind so he decided to quit.
When a fan asked him what course he was offering at UPSA, he replied: “Hm bro, I can’t with that school. I’ve left,”
Asked why he quit, he said “I felt left behind and wanted to start over,”
Sherif has not quit school forever though, he has joined the University of Ghana to get that fresh start that he wanted.
If he doesn’t make time for school though and continues to give priority to his career, that would also end in tears the same way UPSA did.
Checkout Black Sherif’s interaction with fans below…