Wendy Shay speaks in new video; says she doesn’t belong to Bullet in any way

Wendy Shay speaks in new video; says she doesn’t belong to Bullet in any way

- Wendy Shay says she is only part of the Rufftown Records brand

- She said that does not mean she belongs to Bullet

- Shay stressed that she only belongs to a brand owned by Bullet and that Bullet does not own her

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Stevie Wonder hit maker, Wendy Shay, a signee at Rufftown Records, has said she does not belong to her manager, Bullet.

Wendy Shay says she may be a property of Rufftown Records in a sense, but that does not mean Bullet owns her.

She explained that she is part of a brand established by Bullet, however, that does not make her a subject to Bullet.

Wendy Shay speaks in new video; says she doesn’t belong to Bullet in any way
Wendy Shay. Photo credit: @wendyshayofficial. Source: Instagram
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Wendy Shay was speaking in an interview monitored by YEN.com.gh on Okay FM.

“As for now, right now, I am part of Rufftown Records. Bullet himself has been saying I am a property of Rufftown Records because it is a brand he has built. If you say so, fine. But I don’t belong to Bullet,” Wendy Shay stressed.

She made the statement after the host of the show, Abeiku Santana, stressed that Wendy Shay is Bullet’s property.

The singer’s fierce response, however, proves that she is not fine with Abeiku’s assertion.

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Meanwhile, Wendy Shay has been with Bullet for close to two years now after the sad demise of Bullet’s first signee, Ebony.

Since then she has produced many hit songs, including Bedroom Commando, Uber Driver, Stevie Wonder featuring Shatta Wale, and Emergency, just to mention a few.

Wendy Shay also recently called herself the queen of Ghana Music.

She claimed to be part of the four S in the Ghana music industry together with Shatta Wale, Sarkodie, and Stonebwoy, replacing Samini with herself.

This really got Samini angry and the two engaged in a social media fracas.

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