Ghanaians are just evil, they don’t see anything good in their own – Wendy Shay

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Ghanaian female musician, Wendy Shay who became famous by accident has taken to the microblogging platform to lambaste her countrymen and women for their sickling attitude.

Wendy Shay is complaining about the lack of support Ghanaian artistes experience in the hands of music lovers.

She disclosed that when Beyonce featured Shatta Wale on a song, many Ghanaians did not see that as a big deal or achievement.

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Wendy Shay further noted that the same thing happened to Stonebwoy when he featured Keri Hilson on his Nominate song off the Anloga Junction album.

According to her, Ghanaians do not acknowledge the achievements and hard work of its musicians but noted that with the publicised collaboration between Nigeria’s Davido and Nicki Minaj, Ghanaians are singing praises on him.

See her post below:

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