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Ghanaian Afropop and Afrobeats singer signed with Rufftown Records, Wendy Addo,
recognized in music circles as Wendy Shay shared her lessons learned as she
celebrates two years of her musical career.
In an interview with Doctar Cann at the Showbiz Xtra show, she shared that among
the many lessons she’s learned in the music industry, she’s learned to be emotionally
aware and to dress well for various occasions.
According to her, these lessons were the product of her encounters with MzGee
and ex-president Kuffour.
Speaking about the lesson of being emotionally intelligent, she said, “I learned to be
emotionally intelligent with the interview I had with MzGee.”
It can be remembered that Wendy Shay flared up in an interview with MzGee when
she was asked, “Who is Wendy Shay? “. She responded that the question was
“a dumb question.”
However, MzGee‘s question was a follow-up to Wendy Shay‘s request that
“Ghanaians should embrace her for whom Wendy Shay is” during the interview.
She went on to say that during her visit to the ex-president‘s house with other
celebrities, she was haunted by a lot of people for her kind of dressing, and that
she was enlightened by the need to dress properly on certain occasions.
When Doctar Cann asked if the occurrence was to prove a line in her ‘Uber Driver’
song that says ‘Kuffour p3 hw3,’ she replied in the negative while insisting that it
was a mistake she had learned from.
Wendy Shay added that her only motivation in the music business was to be a
better person than she had in previous years.
Wendy Shay is known for her songs, such as ‘Astalavista’, ‘Uber Driver‘ and ‘Stevie Wonder’, among others.
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