wisa gHiplife artiste Eugene Ashie, popularly known as Wisa Greid, says he doesn’t regret showing his manhood on stage whiles performing at a Citi FM Decemba 2 Rememba concert in December last year.

He said this in an interview with Delay on the Delay Show on Viasat 1.

“No I do not regret showing it on stage, though I will not like to repeat the act again.”

Wisa Gried is standing trial for gross indecent exposure, a charge he has plead not guilty to.

He did probably the weirdest act by a Ghanaian performing artist when midway through his performance at the December 2 Remember concert last year, he pulled out his manhood on stage and thrusted it behind a lady dancer.

His lawyer Jerry Avenorgbor, has stated that the musician displayed a fake penis on stage while performing at the event. He argued that what the artiste did was for the “beauty of entertainment” but the public failed to appreciate that.

Wisa’s disgraceful act was greeted with public condemnation by a large section of the citizenry who were utterly shocked by his actions. He, as well as his management team immediately apologized to Ghanaians for his indecent behaviour.

The ‘Ekiki me’ hit singer was arrested by the police and questioned for showing his penis at the event, following which he was later granted bail.

livefmghana.com

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