One song that is making a lot of waves recently is Rufftown’s new artist Wendy Shay’s Uber Driver. People call her the new Ebony because her style seems to mimic that of the late dancehall singer of the same record label. She has expressed her displeasure at the comparison and claims she has her own style but nonetheless, she still reminds every one of the late 90s bad girl who is the reigning artiste of the year, though demised.
A very tough feat to match, but Uber Driver is probably a good place to start. Meanwhile the Afrobeat Ghanaian singer known as Queen Haizel is not impressed, and has accused Wendy Shay is stealing her lyrics. Queen Haizel released her song title “3hy3” on 27th October 2017. Wendy Shay released Uber Driver on 1st June 2018.
Rufftown has not yet officially reacted to the allegations. To be honest the songs don’t really sound alike but they share a few words in common. However, Queen Haizel feels like she has been robbed and has dared Rufftown to come out and deny the allegations if they feel she is lying.
“Wendy Shay or whatever her name is, the new single she has released is a song I made, she stole that song from me. If people think I’m lying, RuffTown records should come out and challenge me. You can’t even make your own songs. We’re going to talk about this issue till the last bit of it”, Queen Haizel fumed.
The singer who recently threatened to go live on a nude march in honor of disaster victims but changed her mind at the last minute also claims she has the ability to orgasm up to seventeen times in a day. Born Mercedes Haizel Cobbinah, Queen Haizel has been in the industry for two years, with songs like Kumole, Black Woman, and Bravo.