Talented Ghanaian Songstress Wendy Shay has added her voice to the ongoing global protest against racism following the death of George Floyd, a black man who was killed by white police men in America.
In an exclusive interview with pulse.com.gh, Wendy Shay stated that, the racism she faced in Germany cannot be compared to the hatred she is getting from her own people here in Ghana.
“I have faced a lot of racism in Germany … but when I came to Ghana, I have experienced worst things that I didn’t even experience in Germany”.
According to Wendy Shay, she left Germany to Ghana to escape the racism she was experiencing only to be met with something worse.
“But when I came here, what I went through was like thousand times more than what I have faced in Germany,” she said.
Wendy Shay who is out with a new song titled ‘Emergency’ which features Bosom Pyong, therefore, emphasized that before Ghanaians join the world to fight racism, they must unite and show each other love to become a stronger force against racism.