- Wendy Shay has spoken on Kelvynboy’s exit from Stoneboy’s record label
- The musician believes that rather than mocking Kelvynboy, he must be sympathised with
- Wendy Shay wrote that whoever laughs does not know when his or her end is also coming
Wendy Shay seems to have spoken on Kelvynboy's exit from Stonebwoy’s Burniton Music Group.
In a tweet sighted by YEN.com.gh, Wendy Shay said it is not wise to rejoice over someone’s downfall because anyone can fall at any time.
Though she did not specifically mention Kelvynboy’s name, it is believed that she was reacting to his exit from Stonebwoy’s record label.
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To her, instead of jubilating over Kelvynboy’s downfall, the musician must be consoled over his loss.
She wrote: Don’t be amused by someone’s downfall cos urs might come faster than u think.”
Some of her fans have agreed with Wendy Shay’s position.
Amofa, for instance, said Wendy has said it all:
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La Liga, believed that Wendy’s post was about Kelvynboy:
Atta said it was a true talk:
Nana Said Wendy Shay’s post is very true:
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Wendy Shay’s post shows she is mature following her feud with Kelvynboy some time ago.
Meanwhile, Stonebwoy has terminated the contract of Kelvynboy’s contract after officially working with him for one year.
According to Stonebwoy, the company reached an agreement with the musician for his contract to be terminated.
Earlier, Stonebwoy confirmed he had parted ways with Blakk Cedi.
He also named a new manager whom he described as “manager 101”.
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