Showboy, whose birth name is Sam Safo, received a six-year prison sentence in March 2019 after being found guilty of stabbing Junior US and biting his ear during a 2017 altercation.
Tragically, Junior U.S. was later a victim of a robbery attack in the United States, which was unrelated to his dispute with Showboy.
Despite being incarcerated, the controversial musician managed to communicate with the outside world through social media.
Approximately a year ago, he publicly accused Criss Waddle of orchestrating the incident that led to his imprisonment.
Taking to social media, Showboy posted the following statement:
While serving his sentence, Showboy utilized social media platforms to express his perspective and maintain a presence within the music industry. However, his statements raised eyebrows and ignited conversations regarding his claims of being set up by Criss Waddle.
As the news spread, the incident involving Showboy and Junior US remained a topic of interest among followers of the Ghanaian music scene. Despite Showboy’s imprisonment, his ability to communicate through social media has enabled him to share his side of the story and engage with his fans.
The outspoken socialite, has finally regained his freedom following his release from jail. Reports have confirmed that he has been deported to Ghana.
The decision to deport Showboy to Ghana stems from his involvement in an aggravated felony and a crime involving moral turpitude.
While details regarding his specific offenses have not been disclosed, the severity of his actions led to his deportation.
Despite the news of his release and deportation, Showboy has remained relatively silent.
As of now, he has yet to make a public appearance or address his freedom and return to Ghana on any of his social media platforms.
As the story continues to unfold, followers and fans eagerly anticipate any updates from the social butterfly.
The public remains curious about his future plans and whether he will address his time in jail and deportation through his online presence.