His Honor Emmanuel Essandoh of the Accra Routine Court 4 suggested rapper Samuel Adu-Frimpong, aka Medikal to carry good conduct and eschew getting himself into further trouble.
This was contained an item of advice the judge provided the ‘Omo Ada” hitmaker after he or she had pleaded responsible to the brandishing of a weapon on social mass media and convicted soon after.
In accordance with His Honor Emmanuel Essandoh, Medikal should be watchful of his affect as a super star and be confident that his measures and inactions come in line with what the law states.
“When you are in the spot light you must action responsibly. Whatever you decide to do, first determine whether you are on the right journey. ”
Medikal forthwith altered his request from “not guilty” to “guilty” in court on Tues, much to the surprise of both the prosecution and his attorneys.
Typically the rapper, on the other hand, chatted up for him self as soon as he landed on his words. “I want to change my plea, ” Medikal replied, boosting his hand.
Medikal expressed his repentir for the unpleasant incident to the Judge, saying, “I i am very sorry and I regret the action. ” My spouse and i am not a dangerous individual. “It’s my job to amuse…”
His Honor Emmanuel Essandoh decisivelydefinitively, determinately, once and for all, once for all said: “go in peace and ayeeko[Congratulations] to your daughter. ”