YEN.com.gh has sighted a video of Wendy Shay’s younger sister dancing to her latest song, ‘Bedroom Commando’ and fans cannot get enough of her slick dance moves.
The video forms part of a challenge which has been started by the ‘Uber Driver’ singer to promote her new single after her previous song amassed massive views on YouTube.
The younger sister of the professional nurse who has given her life to music, was seen showing off her dance moves on the challenge to hype her sister’s song.
Checks by YEN.com.gh showed that the young lady who uses the Instagram handle, Ladyshaylin who is based in Stuttgart, Germany.
She is believed to be a fan of dancing and has uploaded a number of videos on her handle showing of her dancing skills.
Ladyshaylin is also noted as one of the top fans of her elder sister as she uses her personal social media handle to promote her (Wendy Shay’s) works.
Wendy Shay took the music industry in Ghana by storm after she was signed by late Ebony Reigns’ manager, Bullet.
She has been touted by many as the perfect replacement of the late 2018 Vodafone Ghana Music Awards ‘Artiste of the Year’ winner.
Some people have actually indicated that late Ebony and Wendy Shay bear some resemblance after comparing pictures of the two singers.
Wendy Shay has made massive ways with her song, ‘Uber Driver’ having reached over 1 million views on YouTube.
Just like her predecessor, Wendy Shay has attracted her own share of criticisms. She has been accused of not changing her wig for some months running.
Others have also alleged that the singer was dating O’Gee, one of the hype men at Ruff Town Records. In responding to this, the singer shared pictures with her real boyfriend to shut her critics up.
The singer has also received her share of prophecies after a prophet revealed that if she was not careful, she was going to be laid in state in a nurse’s uniform.
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