After 2 and half years of court battle, Ghanaian artist Wisa Greid was found Guilty of showing his manhood on stage by the Accra Circuit Court presided over by Mrs. Abena Oppong Adjin-Doku.
The “Ekikime” hitmaker was finally fined GHS8400 on Monday 30th April for indecent exposure when he showed his manhood in 2015 during Citi FM’s Decemeber2Remember Concert.
The Black Avenue Muzik artist has since paid the court fine although his legal counsel requested for one-week to settle the fine.
Immediately after the court fine, news went viral that Halifax Ansah Addo, the recently appointed Communication Director for Zylofon Cash had given Wisa’s management GHS10,000 to settle the debt.
Thank you messages were still pouring when Wisa came public that not only did Zylofon not pay his fines, he knows no one from Zylofon Media who paid his fine. He went on to reveal that his Management and friends contributed and paid off the fine.
Halifax later came to clear the misunderstanding. According to him, Wisa actually sent someone to him for the bailout cash and he gave the person 10K and they subsequently called to express their gratitude.
But D-Black, the CEO of Black Avenue Musik has finally passed a comment on the ongoing drama on who paid the fine. According to D-Black Halifax keeps giving wrong information to the media but tells them something different whenever they talk in private.
D-Black took to Twitter to vent his anger.
“Brov. No one from Wisa’s management called u. We’ve spoken about this with u and ur still twisting words on air and come talk differently when you talk to us. Smh” he tweeted.