Michael Blackson’s school in Ghana will soon be available to the public. Blackson has been working on the project for a long time. The Michael Blackson Academy, situated in Agona Nsaba, was dedicated on January 3. Blackson also shared a few clips from the launch that highlighted all of the events that took place as part of the event. He expressed his joy and said that it was the best day of his life since he had realized his ambition of providing other children a chance to succeed in life. He went on to say:
“Greatness begins with education, and basic education should not be financially prohibitive.”
A few days before the launch, he thanked his followers for their support throughout the years as he strove to realize his ambition. He expressed his happiness that his village’s youngsters might now get free education. The school is three stories tall, with classrooms and other amenities on each floor. The school’s construction started in 2020 and was completed in December of last year.
Michael Blackson has made a lot of money through his career in the show business.
Michael Blackson, actual name Jafari Ferguson, rose to prominence as an actor and comedian during this time period. Prior to his great career in the business, he appeared in many TV series and films, as well as competed in several comedy contests. CelebrityNetWorth estimates the 50-year-old’s net worth to be about $2 million. He has amassed a substantial fortune from his work in films and television series throughout the years.
When Blackson was a youngster, his father worked for a theatrical company and put him in acting training. Blackson started his acting career at the age of 13 and worked as a Domino’s pizza delivery guy. He made his stand-up debut at Comedy Works in Philadelphia. Michael’s performances were well welcomed by the audience, and he took part in many comedy tours, including the 1993 Schlitz Malt Liquor Comedy Tour, the 1996 Urban Comedy Festival, the Bay Area Black Comedy Competition, and the Laffapolooza Comedy Festival.
Ice Cube saw him at a Los Angeles comedy club and recognized promise in his acting abilities. Cube brought Blackson to an audition, and the latter was cast in a key part in Cubevision. Following that, he acted in films such as Next Friday, Angry African Man Customer, Repos, Meet the Blacks, The Purge, and others. He has appeared on television series such as 30 Rock, ComicView, In the Cut, Leave It to Stevie, Love & Hip Hop: Atlanta, and others.
Blackson was most recently seen in The House Next Door: Meet the Blacks 2, a 2021 dark comedy horror thriller. The film, directed by Deon Taylor, was both critically and economically disastrous. The key characters were Mile Epps, Katt Williams, Bresha Webb, Lil Duval, Zulay Henao, Tyrin Turner, Andrew Bachelor, Gary Owen, and Danny Trejo.