She told NEWS-ONE she has never in her life
met John Paintsil.
"John can't date me because he is happily
married and he is not even my friend. I have
not met him before. But I would not mind
meeting him. I will be grateful meeting him
actually," the sexy looking Kisa said.
But she said "no comment" to a question about
if she would date him when the opportunity
Reports about their alleged clandestine love
affair started when Kisa mentioned John Paintsil
in her third single titled, 'Twerk'.
Questions are being asked about why she chose
John Paintsil out of the millions of Ghanaian
men she knows.
But Kisa said, "Actually the song is about a new
dance call Twerk. So I was in the studio
recording and 1 needed a name to rhyme with. I
needed a foot¬baller to make it creative and the
name that came on mind first was John Paintsil.
I also mentioned his name because I admire him
so much. That line means that he saw me twerk-
ing and he gave back pass. Back pass as in he
passed the ball backwards. Seeing my ass and
could not contain it and he gave proper back
pass pi to watch me well."
Kisa started showbiz from Junior High School
where people used to call her Suzzy Williams
because she looked a little like her.
"I used do stage drama and dancing, so when I
went to Senior High School (SHS) I joined the
drama troupe. I came out as one of the best and
when I completed SHS, the Volta Regional
Theatre sent me to Ghally wood, which I did well
there too and had the Best Supporting Actress.
After Ghallywood, I went to Kumasi to do some
movies there with my Ghallywood mates and
came back to Accra. I met Director John
Izedonmi and he gave me the first role in 'Stand
By Me' in the English sector. Later Abdul Salam
took me and made me his secretary for Venus
Films. I did a couple of movies there too and
Director Pascal Amanfo also featured me in his
movies," she explained.
"As for music, I've loved singing since 1 was
child but 1 never thought I could actually do it
when I grew old. But [my] music started this
year April and I dropped my first [song] called