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‘I’ve learnt my lessons’ – Wisa confesses after showing manhood on stage

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Ghanaian artiste, WisaGreid, who was fined by an Accra Circuit Court for showing his manhood on stage, says he has learnt to be careful after his two-year trial.

The “Ekikime hitmaker” stated that the trial took most of his time and he also spent a fortune on proceedings.

In an interview on Let’s Talk Showbiz on JoyNews with Doreen Avio, Wisa said he wouldn’t want to find himself in a situation like that again.

“I think I have learnt to be careful with whatever I do. I don’t want to find myself in that kind of trouble again because it really took my time, a lot of money went into it’, he disclosed.

 

‘People were bashing me on the internet here and there and my parents were really worried” he added.

Wisa also stated that he has learnt to be extremely cautious in planning and executing his stagecraft.

“I have also learnt to take things easy, and plan things very well before I put them out there’, he said.

He also used the opportunity to advise up-and-coming artistes to have a very good management team to handle their activities.

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