“I don’t support Violence” – Black Sherif explains the symbolism behind the machetes in his Second Sermon video
Current music superstar, Black Sherif has opened up on the symbolism behind the machetes in his Second Sermon song which is gaining massive airplay since it was released some days ago.
Following the success of the First Sermon, the current music superstar, Black Sherif, released the Second Sermon which is presently trending on all social media platforms gaining over 500,000 views on YouTube.
The music video which features eye-catching symbolism used youthful imagery to try to sell the youth’s dilemma.
A picture of two crossed machetes is prominent in the video and in the song’s visual design with many asserting that he’s advocating violence.
Black Sherif has spoken out about the meaning of the machetes used in the video dismissing accusations that he is inciting violence.
He claimed that he merely used the machetes to illustrate what he sees on the streets with the youth he represents.
Blacko went on to say that the song was created to bring the condition of the country’s youth to the attention of the government and opinion leaders.
Below is a screenshot of what he posted;