Wednesday, 30 December 2015

Wisa Pleads not Guilty: Used Fake 'Manhood' - Really?

Hiplife artiste Eugene Ashie popularly known as Wisa has pleaded not guilty to a charge of gross indecent exposure at an Accra Circuit Court today.

Wisa
The ‘Ekiki me” hit singer was arrested by the police and questioned over the weekend for showing his penis at a live event in Accra. He was in court with his distraught wife and father.

In court, his counsel Jerry Avenorgbor argued that
what the artiste did was for the "beauty of entertainment" but people did not get the drift.
The court granted Wisa bail in the sum of 8,000 cedis to reappear on January 13, 2016.

Jerry Avenorgbor later in an interview suggested that the penis he displayed could have been a fake one.

“If you know what a doodle is and 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, to you it’s a dick or looks like a dick. Can you prove that it was a dick?”