Rufftown Records signed female artiste, Wendy Shay has said that even though she does secular songs and has been exposing herself on stage during her shows, it doesn’t affect her Christian life.
Obviously, she could never say anything different apart from that, but for some Ghanaians who don’t understand her style of music, she is the perfect definition of irreligious behaviour, an artiste who if care is not taking, can ruin Christ-like character in Ghanaians with the kinds of songs she does.
During an interview on Hitz FM’s Daybreak hitz Show with the host, Andy Dosty, Wendy Shay revealed that unlike some Ghanaians who have been judging her because she does secular music, her church members don’t do that to her.
The “Uber Driver” hitmaker, Wendy Shay continued that the relationship between her and the head pastor of her church is very good.
“don’t criticise me at church and they don’t judge “they accept me for who I am and never look down on me.
“I talk to my pastor every day and this is my way of hustling. Just because I sing secular music doesn’t mean my heart is not with God. If music is gonna get me money, I think it’s another way to help god’s ministry,” she explained.