Wendy Addo best know as Wendy Shay has expressed worry at how Ghanaians always want to find fault with every good move she makes.
There is a saying that goes like not everyone will like your personality but it does not mean everyone hates you but Wendy Shay’s case is different as the Rufftown signee has come under heavy criticism either from the media or the Ghanaian populace who do not regard her talent as vital to the nation.
According to the musician, the welcome given her into the music industry got her thinking whether it was the right decision to become a musician.
“In Germany, I was fighting with issues of racism and thought it wise to come home and music but the welcome I receive here got me thinking whether I made the right choice”, she said.
But despite the huge challenges she is facing at the moment, the ‘Uber’ hitmaker is burnt on fighting till Ghanaians accept her.
“I’m not giving up on my music career anytime soon. If Ghana my Homeland, won’t accept me where else should I go. I will fight till I win.”
Wendy Shay, is a Ghanaian Afropop and Afrobeats singer.
Wendy is a Nurse by profession. But was later trained as a Midwife on the clinical field. She was practicing midwifery until she relocated to Ghana to pursue her music career.
She was introduced to music by Rufftown Records Manager Bullet and signed in January 2018 after the untimely death of label mate Ebony Reigns.
On 1 June 2018, Wendy Shay released her debut single “Uber Driver”, produced by MOG Beatz. The song was released together with the official video the same day. The song became an instant hit and Wendy Shay became the talk of town. Some of her songs include Bedroom Commando, The Boy is Mine, Astalavista, Psalm 23, Shay on You and Masakra.