‘Manhood’ court case destroying my career − Wisa Gried laments

‘Manhood’ court case destroying my career − Wisa Gried laments

- Wisa has been frequenting the court since 2016 for charges including indecent exposure

- He displayed his manhood on stage during his performance in December 2015

- Wisa is hoping his court case would end soon because that has taken a toll on his career

Wisa Greid, known for his hit song ‘Ekiki Mi’ has complained bitterly about how his court case is affecting his career rather badly.

According to the artiste, born Eugene Nii Ashie, his back and forth with the court has taken a toll on his job and that is affecting him personally.

‘Manhood’ court case destroying my career − Wisa Gried laments

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It would be recalled that in 2015, Wisa went ahead to display his manhood on stage during his performance at Citi FM’s ‘Decemba2Rememba’ show.

He was consequently charged for indecent exposure by the court and Wisa has been frequenting the court since 2016.

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It has been two years of back and forth at the court and Wisa wishes this court case could end soon so he could enjoy his life and career.

Wisa made this confession in an interview on Showbiz927 on 3FM 92.7.

According to him, since the incident, he has been appearing in court twice in every month and that has not helped him in anyway.

Wisa added that even though he appears to be fine in public, he is really suffering inside and that has the tendency of affecting his health.

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The ‘Mintse Bo’ hit maker has since regretted his action that has caused him to lose out on many juicy endorsement deals with brands like Kasapreko.

This situation has been a major setback, taking almost all my time; sometimes, I have to cancel shows to meet court dates,” he said sadly.

Even before that incident, I had a number of shows lined up both locally and overseas but they were all cancelled due what happened and my longstanding battle with the court,” Wisa lamented.

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