Report has it that Government has been petitioned to ban Wendy Shay’s “heat” song
The song was released on the 10th of September by the Rufftown Records signee and it appears a section of the citizenry are not fans of her work and are seeking for it to be banned from the airwaves
The “heat” song touches on the challenges and hardship Ghanaians are facing day in and out it is therefore a very harmless song as it serves to champion the interest of the people
Reason why the song has reportedly been petitioned to be banned has therefore not yet been adequately established
Wendy Shay, real name, Wendy Asiamah Addo is a Ghanaian Afropop and Afrobeats singer. In March 2021, she was among the top 30 most influential in music by the 3Music awards women’s branch
She is also a trained nurse and has worked as a midwife in the clinical field. She practiced midwifery until she relocated to Ghana to pursue her music career.
She was introduced to music by Rufftown Records manager, Bullet and signed onto the label in January 2018 after the untimely death of label headliner, Ebony. She released her first single, “Uber Driver” on 1st June 2018, which was produced by MOG Beatz. The song was released with it’s official video on the same day.
Fun fact for our lovely readers, Wendy Shay was enstooled as the Ahenemba Hemaa of Gomoa Afransi in the Central Region with the stool name Queen Ewurabena Ofosuhemaa Shay
Wendy Shay now has over 14 songs and 2 albums to her name
She has bee nominated for over 13 music awards and won 6 of those music awards
Wendy Shay was recently in the news for having been warned never to disrespect gob3 again as she was seen eating gob3 “deebeeciously”