Wendy Shay’s ‘Uber Driver’ Is A Road Safety Campaign Song & Not Profane – Bullet Tells Abeiku Santana

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As earlier reported, artiste manage and prolific song writer, Bullet was questioned by Abeiku Santana of Okay FM why he’s interested in corrupting the Ghanaian youth with profane lyrics.

 

He said while speaking about Wendy Shay’s latest song, “Uber Driver” that What kind of songwriter is he? Why cant he write songs which talks more on morality but always putting something across to corrupt the youth?”, Abeiku Santana questioned Bullet of RuffTown records fame.

In what seems like a sharp reply to Santana, Bullet explained that the song is a road safety tune and definitely not a profane song like Santana tried to claim.

“Uber driver by Wendy shay is a road safety campaign song and not profane.stop watching women buttocks while driving cos it can lead u to accident!don’t watch buttocks and drive.” Bullet wrote on his Facebook page.

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