Hiplife artiste Wisa Greid, who has come under a barrage of attacks from moralists for exposing his peter during a live stage performance, continues to ask for forgiveness from his fans especially the loyal ones.
“I want people to give me another chance…so I can prove myself,” he said on TV3’s New Day on Monday, December 28.
Known in private life as Eugene Ashie, Wisa who is currently on police bail for “indecent exposure”, said he did nothing untoward ahead of the Decemba 2 Remeba concert contrary to perceptions that he had been “high”.
According to him, he neither drinks nor smokes and even prayed before getting onto that big stage.
He said what may have triggered such a “big mistake” was the excitement that greeted him from the audience packed in the Accra International Conference Center (AICC) venue.
“I think it was too much of excitement.”
He also refuted claims that his act was a publicity stunt, saying he had been billed for another show – the Rapperholic concert – the next day and would not have done anything to affect his fortunes.
The ‘Ekiki Me’ hitmaker said he is now concentrating on community service to “clean up all this mess”.
Mr Ashie says he has to see to the end of his case with the police as he is scheduled to report at the Accra Regional Command on Monday.