Wisa Was Definitely High On Something | I Sat Not Far From the Stage-GC Reader Writes

Wisa on stage

Wisa on stage

Dear Chris-Vincent,

Kindly publish this email for me: it’s about the whole Wisa indecent exposure at the Citi Fm’s Decemba2Rememba concert. I attended the said concert with two of my friends and we sat not far from the stage so I witnessed everything live and coloured.

A lot has been said about the incident and I am glad the police are on the case. I hope the law is allowed to take charge and the necessary punishment dished out to him. That way, the next time an artiste has an opportunity to perform, he/she will think twice before acting anyhow.


What I believe has been missing throughout all the discussions and articles is this; what must have pushed or caused Wisa to have behaved the way he did. Because, no normal person would do such a thing.

And my answer as someone who attended the concert and saw everything happen is that, Wisa was definitely high. I am not sure if he smoked something or was deeply intoxicated but what I sincerely believe is that, something was working him.

Even before he pulled his manhood out, all his performance was off beat—he was disconnected from the beat and everything. He was just doing his own thing.

His movements and everything was simply not right. Maybe, the organisers should have noted his behaviour from backstage. If they paid attention, they would have definitely detected that he was not himself.

So I think we should also talk about whatever our musicians drink or smoke before they come on stage to perform. To me, everything points to the fact that Wisa was high, the caused of his lunacy.

From: Esther Owusuaa/Ghana

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Chris-Vincent Agyapong Febiri is the Founding Editor of GhanaCelebrities.Com , a Film Critic and a Human Rights Advocate; holds a masters degree in International Human Rights Law (LL.M), holds a degree in Law (LL.B), and he’s currently at Nottingham Law School, studying for his Legal Practice Course (with a second masters degree in Law) to practise as a UK Solicitor--he's a Professional Truth Sayer. He is also the author of the popular eBook “Success is a Right, Not A Privilege.” Contact: Vincent@topvincent.com

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