- Fantana has hit back at Wendy Shay after the latter threw shades at her
- Wendy in response to Fantana's earlier description of her as a local champion told Fantana to go and make hit songs instead of attacking her
- Incensed by Wendy's reference to her 'big teeth', Fantana has gone mad on her and even called her ugly
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Ghanaian singer Fantana, born Francine Kouffie, has taken RuffTown singer Wendy Sha to the gutters after the latter threw shades at her on social media.
As earlier reported by YEN.com.gh, Wendy in a post on Saturday, May 16, 2020, insinuated that Fantana was only good at making news headlines instead of making big hit songs.
In a subtle insult, Wendy Shay asked Fantana to use her big teeth to make hit songs and make money from music like she (Wendy) has been doing.
Wendy's post had been necessitated by a statement Fantana made within the week that she was a local champion.
Fantana, while making a point about female artistes in Ghana, chose Efya, Becca, and Wiyaala as the most prestigious female music stars with international recognition.
She described Wendy Shay and the rest of the ladies as local champions explaining that all their exploits are only known in Ghana.
But barely one hour after Wendy Shay's response, Fantana has come firing on all cylinders describing Wendy as ugly.
Sharing Wendy Shay's photo, Fantana minced no words as she likened her to a man describing her as Uncle Shay at one point.
According to Fantana, Wendy Shay was an evil person who has been trying to ruin her for some time now.
Meanwhile, Wendy Shay has also hit back saying Fantana should go and google her achievements just like she googled to translate her earlier message in German language.
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