Wendy Shay performed at the lowly publicized or talked about Miss Ghana Beauty Pageant and whilst performing and twerking her humongous backside on stage the cameras captured and revealed that her bortos is somewhat infested with weird rashes.
A picture of Wendy Shay went viral on all social media platforms that sought to prove that the Ruff Town Records signee’s bortos is infested with some weird rashes.
Ghanacelebrities.com published an article about the said picture which I believe many of you have seen. Immediately after the picture went viral Wendy posted on her Facebook page that although the picture circulating is her but someone tampered with it. What she meant was that the picture was photoshopped to defame her.
Chief Executive Officer of Exclusive Events Ghana, the organizers of Miss Ghana beauty pageant, Inna Mariam Patty has said the aim of the pageant is not about cars or money or the crown. She said the main focus for organizing the show is to make sure winners of the event undertake projects which include bringing positive impact on less privileged citizens of Ghana.
Menaye Donkor, wife of Ghanaian footballer, Sulley Muntari has added her voice to the rots surrounding the organisation Miss Ghana Beauty pageant. In an interview with Mamavi on JoyNews, the beautiful model stated without mincing words that it is not the responsibility of beauty pageant contestants to bring on board sponsorship deals.
Four former Miss Ghana Queens have come out to share their shocking experiences, revolving around being pimped, exploited, embezzlement of funds, verbal and physical abuse. They also alleged that Inna Patty and her organisation embezzled funds they raised. In an interview with GhanaCelebrities.Com, Margaret Kuma-Mintah, 2013 Miss Ghana first runner-up cited the case of money they were made to raise which was to go to Korle-Bu Maternity ward but Inna Patty and her cronies, never donated to Korle-Bu. Margaret recounted that, before the grand finale in 2013, all the 20 contestants were asked to raised funds to make a donation to Korle-Bu’s maternity ward. She raised 6,000 GHS out of the 10,000 GHS target each was given, her other friend (contestant) raised the whole 10,000 GHS and even though she cannot remember how much the others raised, they also raised something. Yet, Inna Patty failed to make the said donation—claiming the money raised was not enough and therefore she was going to deposit the money into a Miss Ghana bank account. Inna Patty is said to have told the girls that after the final event, they would make the said donation—and Margaret says, this never happened and she does not know what Inna did with the monies they raised.
When it happened to me, though it was not fully my fault, I blamed myself for being so stupid to have not researched on the pageant I entered into as it was in the known the organizers had done the same thing to some of the previous winners.
I wasted a lot of time and had to even quit my second job all because I wanted to become a Queen and come back to make a difference in my country-Ghana.
There were several promises and prizes that were outlined to be given to the winners and what actually caught my heart was the promise of the winner going to be taken to Ghana to stay there for a year, to do humanitarian work with needy children.
I’ve always wanted to do this but as a young student, I could not afford it and did not even know where to start from since I left Ghana at the age 6. I therefore saw the pageant as the opportunity I have always wanted to make a difference and gave it my everything.
I felt a bit uncomfortable when I had to buy registration FORMS for 30 dollars which was a common paper that did not cost a dollar to be printed. When I asked why I needed to buy a paper for 30 dollars to fill in my details, I was told the purpose is to ensure that only those who are serious come forward and also to raise some money for the charity work in Ghana.
The last two months have seen the rapid spread and growth in details of the 2013 Miss Ghana scandal, despite the many attempts by the organizers-Exclusive Events Ghana to steal from us the truth in order to protect their image and their investment…
The greatest conundrum we are faced with today in relation to the Miss Ghana beauty pageant is either to cover things up as the organizers seek to do, in order to safeguard their investments and brand or stand up with those young beautiful girls who for many years have been exploited, tricked, abused, undermined, oppressed, deceived and cheated in the world of pageants.
As a person who would not hesitate in sticking out my last finger for justice and fight alongside the ‘small’ against corporations, organisations and institutional injustices, I have decided to side with these young girls who are still under intimidation not to disclose some of the “high shocking” enterprises Exclusive Events Ghana (organizers of Miss Ghana) pushed them through before they were forced by their own values to resign.
Let me make it clear before people start with their farfetched speculations which will be that; I somewhat hate Exclusive Events Ghana or Beauty Pageants in general. I’ve been the greatest or one of the greatest supporters of Exclusive Events Ghana on the internet; from the very day they took over the franchise to organize Miss Ghana.
Even when they’ve refused to honour certain basic promises on a contract they entered with GhanaCelebrities.Com to help them with their campaigns, I still overlooked at this and continued to support their good cause—hoping they would erect a wall of reason and fairness around Miss Ghana, to help the pageant regain its lost value. More importantly, so that contestants/winners will be fairly treated and with respect…
Therefore, I do not have anything personal against the organizers of Miss Ghana as I’ve been told the CEO and the COO have started whispering into the air—-but to be frank, I hate to hear people call Miss Ghana and other beauty pageants in Ghana “undercover prostitution rings”. That hurts as a Ghanaian and more so, as a Ghanaian entertainment writer/journalist/blogger.
The Banquet Hall of the State House on Tuesday May 22, witnessed yet another historic milestone in the life of the Miss Ghana beauty pageant, Ghana’s oldest pageant that seeks to reward the most beautiful and intelligent young lady in the country. The launch of Miss Ghana 2012 had long been anticipated to be a successful one, and yes it did, as the standards were raised to the admiration of patrons. Even more refreshing, is the impressive array of society’s high and mighty, socialites and the glitterati who graced what has already been said to be a night that was worth it.