Troubled hiplife artiste, Wisa Greid who is currently under police investigations and facing prosecution following his act of indecent exposure at Citi FM’s Decemba to Rememba Concert on December 24, has opened up about the incident in an exclusive interview with Yen.com.gh.
In the no holds barred video interview, the seemingly apologetic musician insisted that the brief moment of insanity on stage was not planned but resulted from being overwhelmed by the response from the crowd. “When I started playing ‘Ekiki Me’ everyone was happy to so see me because the fans were screaming, it was too much excitement which caused it," he said.
He answered many of the questions the public have been asking, denying allegations that he was under the influence of alcohol during the performance.
The said indecent exposure at the concert happened during Wisa's performance of his raunchy new single, 'Slow Motion'. Although he has an edited radio version of the song, Wisa performed the explicit version on stage at ‘Decemba To Rememba’, another thing he regrets doing.
According to Wisa he is truly sorry for his behaviour and he believes not everyone may have had the chance to read his official apology which was issued online, thus the release of a new song, 'I'm Sorry' in order to reach a bigger audience to show his remorse.
According to the Greater Accra regional police command the musician will be processed for court after investigations. ASP Afia Tenge, spokesperson of the Greater Accra regional police command has said that, the police arrested Wisa and after taking his statement he has been granted bail and he is supposed to report when the holidays are over for the police to prosecute him.
The musician said he was now aware of the legal implications of his actions and is willing to face the law for his actions. He pleaded with Ghanaians to forgive him and expect great music from him in the future.