Wendy Shay condemns betrayal in Ghana’s music industry

For her, this observation is disturbing and as such, she indicated that any artist who has excelled in the industry for more than a decade deserves enormous respect.

“You blow up on Monday, they want you out on Tuesday. This music thing ain’t easy. Nuff respect to all the artists who did it for 10 years and still do it…you all survivors,” she said in a tweet.

The singer promotes her new single, Survivor recently.

Wendy Shay, officially known as Wendy Asiamah Addo, is one of the few female artists to come strong despite the constant verbal attacks she has been under on social media.

The bullying she has witnessed on social media is due to most people accusing her of trying to emulate the late Ebony Reigns.

Last year, after continuously suffering from cyberbullying, she shared a video of a woman who had been cyberbullied in the past and said she would rain down curses on anyone who harassed her for no reason.

Stop cyberbullying I feel this woman’s pain because I lived it If anyone tries to curse again s)))n Try to see #stopcyberbullying #ShayGang #rufftown.

In March 2021, she was named one of the 30 Most Influential Women in Music by the 3Music Awards Women’s Brunch.

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