“Oh Gh”– Wendy Shay Calls Out Ghana Musicians For Stealing Her Songs


Ruff Town Record signee Wendy Shay has referred to as “thieves”, some Ghanaian artistes who are fond of taking unlawful ownership of crafts by their colleague musicians.

Wendy Shay, in a post on her various social media pages on Saturday, June 3, said that she has been a victim of the “betrayal” on two various occasions where her colleagues stole the melodies of songs she sent to them for collaboration.

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“You send a song to a GH Artiste for a feature. Next thing you go hear your melodies in their new song ! 2nd time this is happening to me ..thieves! Ghana Artiste wake up!”, The prolific musician posted.

Legendary rapper Edem, supporting the claim by Wendy Shay, posted under the said write-up, “I know the artiste” in a humorious way.

Wendy Shay announced her presence on the music scene with her debut “Uber Driver” in 2018. She has warmed herself into the hearts of music enthusiasts with a number of popular tunes including “Bedroom Commando”, “Astalavista”, “The Boy is Mine”, “Cut It” and “Survivor”.

Thursday, June 1, 2023 marked five years of Wendy Shay’s music journey and she was all praise for the real support she has enjoyed over the period.


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“SHAYGANG It’s been 5 years already! I want you to know that every note I sing, every song I write, is a testament to the love and pride I have for you”

“Your unwavering belief in me has fueled my passion and strengthened my resolve to make a difference in the world through my music. It’s time to conquer the World,” she posted on Facebook on Thursday, June 1.

Presently, Wendy Shay is the brand ambassador for Ghana’s Youth Employment Agency (YEA).

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