You don’t need celestial powers to know Wendy Shay has really suffered and is still suffering in the hands of Ghanaians. She has been slammed and insulted, backlashed and shaded for almost everything she does and a has ever done and she says it is merely because we did not give her a chance to be her intrinsic self.
Wendy Shay hit the limelight just after Ebony’s death and the world felt she was trying to take her place and be like her so they gushed out. Called her names and ridiculed her when she was just trying to do the music she loves. According to her, it was because she never got the chance to be her, for Ghanaians to love her for what and who she is because she had no intentions of taking the late Ebony’s place.
“I feel I was not given the chance to be me, to prove what I can do well. I never said I wanted to replace anyone neither did Bullet say anything of that sort yet I was tagged like that. In fact, I was treated unfairly on that level, I wish people had allowed me to be who I wanted to be and earned their acceptance.
“I came on the scene just when Ebony had passed and so instead of them waiting for me to grow, they transferred that love to me which turned into something and that is a bit worrying,” she said.