Court Dismisses Injunction To Stop Black Sherif From Performing His Songs



An Accra High Court has dismissed an injunction application brought against Black Sherif by his ex-financier seeking to restrict the artiste from performing his song.

The injunction was dismissed on Tuesday, July 26 after the court intimated that the plaintiff, Shadrach Agyei Owusu failed to argue justifiably why the injunction should be granted.

In her ruling, Justice Akua Sarpomaa Amoah stated that Black Sherif will suffer an injustice if the motion was approved, per a report by Ghana Weekend.

The former financier, Mr Owusu sued the musician on Monday, April 11, 2022. He accused Black Sherif of leaving him high and dry to sign a record deal with another label, Empire Entertainment without his approval.

In other documents, the ex-financier, sought an injunction to be placed on Black Sherif, restricting him from playing at any event until the case has been resolved.

The plaintiff was also asking for an injunction order to be placed on the funds the rapper has accrued through streaming and other revenue sources to ensure he does not squander the money while the case is ongoing.

However, lawyer for the defendant, Samson Lardy Anyenini, argued against the injunction.