Meet Ghanaian Afro-Pop and Afrobeat singer Wendy Shay, Wendy Shay, born Wendy Addo is a Ghanaian Afro-Pop and Afrobeat singer who hails from Eastern Region of Ghana but however resides in Stuttgart, Germany – Born to Mr & Mrs Addo on the February 20th, 1996 in Kwahu, a suburb of the Eastern Region of Ghana.
The first spirited and energetic songstress’ journey began a decade after losing her beloved father at the age of 4 years old. Her journey really kickstarted through attending music school in Bernhausen, Germany.
Throughout the duration of her 4-year course, Wendy really started to Identify her passion and began to show more attention to her new found love…Music, despite always singing and dancing in church and family events.
Wendy is one of the four siblings who relocated to Germany from her native home, Ghana, but before making that huge transition in her life the ‘Uber Driver’ hitmaker began her education at Morning Star then onto St. Martin De Porres (Ghana).
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Ghanaian singer Wendy Shay has reacted to a viral picture showing her buttocks which flipped open while she was performing on stage at the grind finale of the Miss Ghana pageantry.
The picture drew a lot of reactions from Ghanaians who mocked Wendy Shay for having a rotten black buttocks.
The ‘Uber Driver’ hitmaker has however responded to the viral Image with claims that it was photoshopped by individuals with evil plans to destroy her hard work.
”My passion is entertainment and I am thankful for my God given talent of being able to sing. It’s quite unfortunate that in my quest to show it, people who want to belittle what I can do hide behind the internet, as they project lame and shameful images which have nothing to do with me.
Hiding behind the internet and sharing photoshopped images of me will not bring me down. I am here to show my talent to the world and the evil plans you have in mind will not pull me down.
When will these acts stop? Are women supposed to be a laughing stock whenever they want to achieve something useful in life? And fellow women also joining in such acts, will you be happy if I were your sister or relative?
Support your own but you rather prefer to pull your own down. Feminism isn’t about making women stronger. Women are already strong. It’s about changing the way the world perceives that strength.”