Wendy Addo aka Wendy Shay, the new female musician signed on to Bullet’s Ruff Town Records when their talented superstar singer Ebony Reigns passed away, is an incredibly amazing singer.
For myself, Wendy Shay is an interesting singer and somewhat a very good and marvellous stage performer. I stand very firmly with the description I have given her although many people will disagree and argue with me that she has no talent and is riding on the back of Ebony’s popularity.
I am willing, ready, capable and prepared enough to argue vehemently with anyone who disagrees with the observation I have made with regards to the young girl’s talent. There is no person with no talent who can be able to do what the girl has done in less than a year in our porous music industry.
I am also the same person who will agree with anybody anywhere that Wendy Shay is an embodiment of hypocrisy, shallowness and irony. Ever since she stepped in the music industry most of her utterances about concerning issues her that have gone viral have been disappointingly annoying. Wendy claims she is not an arrogant and bad girl but everything she has done in about 9 months in the music industry is the opposite of all the things she claims to be.
How can a young upcoming musician of her kind describe a simple question by a journalist like ‘Who are you as Wendy Shay’ as dumb? This is a simple question that demands an intelligent answer that will sell you in a positive light to your fans. What annoys me more is the fact that when this young girl was called upon to apologize to this journalist she claimed she will not apologize as that statement she made has made her very popular; thus what has changed today for her to apologize?
The issue is dead and gone, if she had wanted to apologize she would have done so sincerely when the issue was everywhere and a lot of people called on her to apologize. No one needs her dumb excuse of an apology at this time for anything.
In my opinion, Wendy deserves the ‘New Artist Of The Year’ tag, though it doesn’t change my stance on the fact that she is supremely arrogant.