Wendy Asiamah Addo, known in the music industry as Wendy Shay, is a Ghanaian Afropop and Afrobeats singer. She is a signee under the RuffTown Records management, headed by Bullet.
Wendy Shay is a trained Nurse by profession, worked as a Midwife in the clinical field. She was practicing midwifery until she relocated to Ghana to pursue her music career. She was introduced to music by Rufftown Records Manager Bullet and signed in January 2018 after the untimely death of label mate Ebony Reigns.
READ ALSO: Helping A Man Build His Life From Scratch Doesn’t Mean He Should Marry You – Counselor Lutterodt
After Wendy Shay was introduced into the music industry, she has been faced a lot of traumatizing moments from some Ghanaians. A lot of Ghanaians accused Wendy of trying to replace the late Ebony. Many a time, Wendy Shay was set as an object of ridicule and also insulted at the least provocation.
Recently, Wendy recounted the hell she went through in the hands of Ghanaians after she was unveiled as the new artiste under Rufftown Records.
She told GHBase, “I received death threats in my DM. They say I was coming to take the place of their favorite artiste and they won’t let that happen”.
However, upon all the threats, abuse, and hurtful words hurled at Wendy Shay, she stood tall in her music career. She is one of the toughest female artists in the music fraternity who has walked on thorns and has now developed wings to fly despite cyberbullying.
READ ALSO: Stop Pressurising Women With ‘When Are You Getting Married’ Questions – Berla Mundi
Wendy Shay has soared high in the music industry and has delivered back-to-back hit songs and has also tried to stay relevant in the music industry. Wendy Shay’s ‘Uber driver’ track shot her into fame and has still maintained her standard in the industry.
Wendy Shay can be credited with songs like Uber driver, Bedroom commando, Stevie Wonder, Masakra, Astalavita, Ghana Boys, Kut it, Haters in tears, Decision, and many others.