Ghanaian Afropop and Afrobeats singer, Wendy Addo, known by her stage name Queen Shay has called on Ghanaians to give her the protection she deserves, because she is the country’s Beyonce.
Taking to her Twitter account following the recent controversy sparked by Shatta Wale featuring Beyonce in her song titled “Already”, the Ghanaian female artiste described herself as national asset.”Ghana, this is your Beyonce National Asset. Protect it”, she twitted.
The Emergency hitmaker was said to perfectly fill the vacuum Ebony Reigns untimely demise created in the music industry in Ghana.
And she has actually been controversial since ; being in the new for beefing a colleague or dressing indecently to court public attention, just to get them talking. And it appears she succeeded in doing so.
She is on record to have walked out of out of an interview with Nana Romeo on Accra FM for being pestered to answer question regarding her relationship with her record label boss, Bullet on June 9.
According to the CEO of RuffTown Records, the rumours about him sleeping with the artiste has cost him his love life.
“I have worked with several women both underground and mainstream. I dare any woman I have worked with to come out with evidence if indeed so, I dare you put it out there,” he wrote on his Instagram handle last June.
Chairman of the Board of Directors of the Youth Employment Agency (YEA) of Ghana, Sammy Awuku sometime ago took to Facebook to register his displeasure about a publication and reaction to a viral photograph of Queen Shay and former President John Agyekum Kufuor.
According to him, the Board of the YEA did not expect negative feedback when they arranged for the visit of YEA Ambassadors, of which Shay is one and management members to President Kufuor’s residence.
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