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Zylofon didn’t pay the ghc8,400 fine, Dblack & others did’ – Wisa

Wisa Greid

There was an earlier story published yesterday on which stated that the head of communications for Zylofon Cash, Halifax Ansah Addo had rescued Wisa from going to jail to serve 24 months by paying Ghc10,000 for his fine.

Several other portals had also reported the news, and lots of people thanked Halifax for his good heart and kindness but Wisa Gried has come out to say that his fine was never paid by Halifax.

Yesterday, April 30th, the Accra circuit court found Wisa Gried guilty of showing his penis publicly to a crowd when he was performing at the 2015 edition of Citi Fm’s Decemba2Remeba, at a time when he had a major hit, titled ‘Ekiiki Mi’.

He was charged with gross indecency and was fined an amount of Ghc8,400 or face 24 months in prison should he fail to pay the amount.

Wisa Gried has on his official Instagram account debunked all the reports that it was a ZylofonCash employee in the person of Halifax Ansah Addo, who paid his fine.

According to Wisa, the fine was paid by himself, his boss Dblack of Avenue Muzik and also some people at the Ghana Tourism Authority.

He was emphatic that Zylofon nor any staff from Zylofon did not pay his fine and explained that Halifax happens to be a friend and called to offer his assistance and that he never knew he even worked for Zylofon.

“I want to categorically state that my fine was paid by myself, CEO of Black Avenue Muzik ‘D BLack’ and our friends at the Ghana Tourism Authority who support the creative arts.

“Zylofon didn’t pay my fine nor did anyone from Zylofon. My friend Halifax called earlier today to offer assistance as a friend. I’m surprised to see stories flying about tagged Zylofon rescues me and pays my fine.

“I didn’t even know Halifax as [was] a staff of Zylofon. I knew him as a friend”, he added.

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I’m giving the music industry a glimpse of hope – Sena Huks

VERSATILE GHANAIAN artiste Sena Huks, who recently released his album ‘When is day’, has said that the Ghanaian music industry’s growth is choked with some varying factors and his presence will give hope to the industry.

According to Sena, who has over the years served music lovers with some great love tunes; RnB, Hi-life, Hip-Life, Hip-Hop, Afro-RnB, Dancehall and Pop among others, said, “Ghana’s music scene may look like one which is at its choked point with varying factors acting as a brake to the growth of the industry, but with a young talent such as Sena Huks, who is applying new skills to the old trade, we see a glimpse of hope.”

Sena’s first debut (14-track) mixtape, ‘Let It Go’, was released in 2014 and had three (3) singles; ‘Wonkoaa’, ‘Looongtin’ and ‘Go down’, which enjoyed massive air play on various electronic media platforms in Ghana.

The year 2016 saw the returning Sena Huks release ‘Marry Me’, which was followed with ‘Hold on a minute’ on the, ‘Nuff love riddim’, and then released two other singles in 2017 – ‘No More’ and ‘Send me your love’.

He plunged right back into the music space in 2018 with ‘I no dey get you’, which featured BBnZ star, Shaker, and later in that same year released ‘God do am’, which seeks to thank his Maker and has gained some attention since its release.

HE told us, lovers of his art were demanding more music from the prodigy as his music was gaining rapid acceptance.

“It’s about time the world gets a full body of work from me, so they can judge for themselves the talent they have been sleeping on – the Sena Huks you see today. It’s also an avenue to finally lay to rest the doubt about the musical genius which I’m. Get ready for an album instead. Music lovers should anticipate a new video in the coming weeks”

Sena promised his fans that the year 2019 is surely his year of outburst as the days of Sena Huks-less music chats will be a thing of the past.









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