My Mum Sometimes Expresses Displeasure with the Way I Dress — Wendy Shay

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RuffTown Records signee Wendy Shay, much like her predecessor Ebony, has made controversy the currency she deals in.

It seems any artist who joins that label, particularly the female ones, has to be ready to splash n*dity all across the face of Ghanaians with carefully engineered ‘wardrobe malfunctions’.

Wendy Shay and her bosses might be okay with showing off her rashes infested botors but apparently, her mother is not too thrilled.

No mother would be happy watching her daughter show off her nekkidness so nonchalantly and Wendy Shay has admitted that is one problem her mum has with her career.

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Speaking with Zylofon Fm’s ‘Showbiz Agenda’, Shay said her mum has had issues with her revealing style of dressing, especially because it opens her to criticism from the public.

“She advises me, that is what I can say. When she has to correct me she corrects me. Apart from that, she is very fine with everything.” Wendy revealed.

She added that her mom is also very distraught when people attack her and she actually reacts more to the attacks than even she (Wendy) herself does.

Source: GhanaCelebrities.Com


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