- Wendy share has shared a beautiful photo she took with her mother back in the day when she was only a child
- The popular Ghanaian Afropop and Afrobeats singer looked just like her mother although not much like herself presently
- Wendy Shay's photo has stirred many reactions online
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Ghanaian Afropop and Afrobeats singer Wendy Addo popularly known as Wendy Shay has released a childhood photo of herself looking just like her mother.
In the photo sighted by YEN.com.gh, Wendy Shay indicated how much she loves her mother for everything she has done for her.
Shay also mentions that she did not need a Mothers' Day to celebrate her mother as every day was a special day to do that celebration.
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Interestingly, although Wendy looked just like her mother at the time, she appears not to resemble much of herself currently as she has changed over the years.
The iconic photo was taken in a park with a water fountain and some bypasses in the background at a place that seems like the National Theater in Ghana.
Several people have been reacting to Wendy Shay's childhood photo with her loving mother.
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Cobo2official mentions how beautiful the mother and daughter looked in the amazing photo:
According to Salim, the stunning shot has made him love Wendy Shay the more:
Bob added that Shay's mother knew she would one day become a star which was why she took the young girl to the National Theatre:
Meanwhile, a young graduate of the Kwame Nkrumah University of Science and Technology (KNUST) with First-Class Honours in BSc Environmental Science has started her own business.
In a short interview with YEN.com.gh, the lady by name Deborah Laryea decided to start making hair from house-to-house for ladies.
Interestingly, Deborah indicates that the styles of hair she has been making are purely from her own imagination as she never learnt the skill. "I imagine it and my hands replicate my imagination," she says.
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