- Prophet Kumchacha has described Wendy Shay's 'Uber driver' song as unnecessary
- The controversial TV preacher expressed his displeasure at the song and the lyrics in them
- Wendy Shay is currently the new fast-rising singer from the late Ebony's former manager, Bullet
Controversial Ghanaian preacher, Nicholas Osei has lashed out at Afropop singer Wendy Shay criticising her style of music. According to the preacher also known as Prophet Kumchacha, Shay's provocative songs are not anything to learn from.
According to ghcelebrities.com, Kumchacha was attacking the singer for referring to the president, Nana Akufo-Addo as a 'Chief Uber Driver' in her latest hit 'Uber Driver'.
The song intimates that men are usually looking at women from their cars while on the road. The singer also says that such things could lead to accidents and cause deaths.
However, Prophet Kumchacha did not take kindly to this, For him, the language of the song is suggests something everyone is aware of and to tag in the president makes it worse.
Wendy Shay is yet to respond to this latest accusation. In the recent past, the singer has been accused of try to model her career like late hitmaker Ebony Reigns.
Consistently, Wendy Shay has shot down such suggestions. With the help of her manager Bullet, the artiste has fought against the pressures of coming out of the shadows of Ebony.
It remains to be seen what else Kumchacha would make of Wendy Shay's other songs. The preacher has been known in the past to start up feuds with entertainers.
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