Wisa Denies Showing Pen*s On Stage


Wisa-GreidLawyer for hiplife artiste, Wisa Greid, Jerry Agbenovor, has mounted a defence for his client, saying he only showed a doodle and not his genitals during a live performance at the Accra International Conference Center.

Wisa is facing prosecution for exposing his genitals on stage at Citi FM’s Christmas Eve concert, Decemba 2 Rememba concert on Thursday, December 24.

Social media platforms are awash with videos of Wisa stripping and rubbing his manhood behind his female dancer on stage.

He appeared before an Accra Circuit Court today [Wednesday] after he was arrested, charged and admitted to bail  in the sum of Ghc80000 cedis. Although Wisa has himself acknowledged his act and called it irresponsible in an apology statement, his Lawyer told journalists after today’s court appearance, that his client will only be proven guilty if it is established that what he showed to the live audience on that fateful day was his genitals.

“Do you know what a doodle is? So if you know what a doodle is and you know what you can get from different sex shops all over the world then you can understand where we are coming from basically. What you saw in there is a perception. He is dissatisfied with the perception that you have. What you saw, to you it’s a dick or it looks like a dick. Can you prove that it was a dick?,” he queried.

The lawyer further complained about the negative perception that had been created since the incident occurred, saying “The perception created is very negative. It doesn’t mean what he did or what he’s alleged to have done is an acceptance of whatever people are saying he did basically. This matter is in court and it shall be determined in court and we will display and come to the bottom of this matter in court.”

“He [wisa] has pleaded not guilty and we will proceed to determine the matter in court. If you run into the definition of art, it runs from paintings to music, to dance and culture and to everything artistic and it is broad,” he argued.

The case has been adjourned to the 13th of January 2015.

Source: citifmonline.com


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