You’re A Disgrace, You Endorsed the ‘Net Worth’ Video Before It Was Released – Songstress Shatana Tears Into Bullet and Wendy Shay Without Mercy

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Controversial Ghanaian singer Shatana has completely slammed Bullet and Wendy Shay over the former claiming that TV Africa edited Shay’s interview to make her look dumb.

According to Shatana, both Bullet and Shay’s road manager saw the video and authorized it before it was released.

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Shatana, who is a sister of the late great hiplife star Terry Bonchaka and has garnered a reputation for stirring controversy, has jumped to the defence of TV Africa.

After Shay’s embarrassing interview, Bullet jumped in to defend her and alleged TV Africa edited the interview to ensure she looked bad.

But according to Shatana, nothing of that sort happened and that Bullet should actually be grateful to the presenter, Larry Bozzlz, for not grilling Wendy Shay more after her ‘dumb’ answer.

“Bullet and road manager for Wendy Shay endorsed the video therefore for Bullet to come out with this orchestrated lie is a disgrace to his own record label, they decided to counter the original interview with a fake video to save Wendy’s image and other endorsement deals but that has backfired big time,” Shatana said.

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“Sincerely TV Africa’s Larry saved Wendy Shay’s a$$ by not laying much emphasis on the blunder she committed on the show. She couldn’t even recite the Ghana national anthem with the excuse that she is not an activist, I admire Wendy Shay as a person but she should be able to stand for the truth whenever her manager cooks a sumptuous lie for public consumption”. she added.

Source: GhanaCelebrities.Com


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