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December 3, 2023
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‘Manhood’ court case taking a toll on my music career − Wisa Gried

Controversial hiplife artiste Wisa Gried has opened up, rather sorrowfully, on how his frequenting of the courts has affected his music career.

It has been two years of back and forth at  the courts following the widely condemned display of his manhood on stage in 2015 at the December to Remember concert.

The singer in an interview on Showbiz927 hosted by Miriam Osei Agyemang on 3FM 92.7, confessed how the court case has taken a toll on his music career.

He revealed that since the incident, he has been going to court at least twice in every month, an activity that has proven to be his bane.

According to him, he has been keeping a cool head to prevent a public inquisition, but within him he is discontented.

Wisa admits the situation has been a major setback, taking almost all his time. He added that he sometimes has to cancel shows to meet court dates.

He revealed during the interview that, before the incident, he had a number of shows lined up both locally and overseas, as well as huge endorsement and advertisement deals with big companies like “Kasapreko” among others which got cancelled due to the incident and his longstanding battle with the law.

By Nana Addo |3FM92.7|3news.com

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