- Wendy Shay has been omitted from the list of Youth Employment Agency ambassadors who went to visit the Paramount Chief of the Akyem kingdom.
- In the photo that was posted on the official Facebook page of YEA, Wendy Shay was not seen among the other ambassadors
- Wendy Shay's exclusion from the visit to the Okyehene has deepened rumors that she has been sacked as YEA ambassador
Popular Afrobeats musician Wendy Shay known in real life as Wendy Addo has been omitted from the list of ambassadors who visited the Okyehene Osagyefo Amotia Ofori-Panin II.
In a photos sighted on the Facebook page of the Youth Employment Agency, the 'Uber Driver' hitmaker was missing among the other ambassadors who visited the king.
It is however surprising that the Rufftown Records artiste was not taken along to go and visit the Okyehene.
Her omission is probably because of what transpired when the team visited the former president John Agyekum Kufour.
After the team visited the former president, Wendy Shay posted a photo of herself and John Agyekum Kufuor on her Instagram page.
She came under heavy criticisms for posting the photo on Instagram since the former president was looking at her chest.
Wendy Shay's caption of the photo brought her a lot of criticisms as she was said to have brought the president's image into disrepute.
Due to the saga that ensued after posting the photo, pundits suggested that the 'Astalavista' hitmaker should be sacked.
YEN.com.gh cannot tell if it is due to the photo saga that Wendy Shay was not included in the visit to Okyehene's palace.
Meanwhile, Wendy Shay was in the news after calling the bluff of Ghanaians and the YEA saying that losing a job does not mean that she lost her life.
In a new post that she wrote on her Instagram page, Wendy Shay wrote that she still has her life intact after losing that job.
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