Wisa Apologises For Disappointing Uncouth Behaviour At D2R2015

Wisa Apologises For Disappointing Uncouth Behaviour At D2R2015

Budding artise, Wisa [Eugene Ashie] and his management has rendered an unqualified apology to Ghanaians and organisers of Decemba2Rememba, 2015 [Citi FM] for the indecent exposure of his penis on stage  during Thusday's show.

According to a statement signed by the management team, BBK Entertainment,” Wisa admitted that his act at the Accra International Conference Centre was irresponsible”.

The musician also revealed in his apology statement that he will make himself available for any disciplinary actions.

“ I cannot explain this rash and irresponsible behaviour, but I have been trained to acknowledge my fault and be responsible for my actions. That is why I want to accept every bit of criticism that has come my way in the ensuing hours.

“I have disappointed myself, my family, my hard-working management team, Citi FM and the audience, who paid hard-earned money to be entertained, but instead went away feeling anything but entertained,” the statement noted.

Meanwhile, organisers of the event, Citi FM have also condemned the behavior of Wisa.

In a statement signed by the Programmes Manager of Citi FM, Jessica Opare Saforo, she described the act as “unimaginable and despicable.”

“By this statement, the management of Omni Media Limited, owners of Citi 97.3 FM, is condemning in the strongest terms possible, the artiste’s reprehensible conduct, the videos of which have since been widely circulated on social media.

“For the avoidance of doubt, Citi FM is a law abiding radio brand and does not in any way endorse morally offensive and illegal acts that seek to bring the station’s name and the Decemba 2 Rememba franchise into disrepute,” the Citi FM statement said.

Below is the full statement by Wisa


Source: YEN.com.gh

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K. Effah Evans Effah is a holder of a BA Diploma in Psychology and Linguistics from BA, Psychology and Linguistics. He’s a former Yen.com.gh editor who covered current affairs news and stories about Ghana. Before Yen, he worked for Citi FM and Ringier Ghana.

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