- Wendy Shay has revealed her intentions of going back to nursing in Germany
- The singer gave her reason for the move as the devastating effect of the dreaded COVID-19
- She went on to post a photo of herself with some of her colleague nurses back in Germany
Multiple award-winning singer Wendy Addo famed as Wendy Shay, has indicated her readiness to drop her music career and take up nursing owing to COVID-19.
In a new post sighted on the official Instagram handle of the Shay On You singer, Wendy Shay indicated she was making plans of going back to nursing.
According to her, COVID-19 had caused a great break in the entertainment industry and in her case, music and this has made things quite difficult for her to deal with.
She revealed she was switching up careers for the meantime till things return to normal and artistes can return to playing shows.
The Emergency singer went on to post a photo of herself and other colleague nurses as they turned their backs to the camera.
After posting the photo, Wendy Shay captioned it: "Ghana stand up Musicians are not playing shows During this corona so guess what? I’m switching to my nursing. So from today to 14th Call me Maame Nurse Shay @mpharmamutti Watch the space #mutti #morningafter #ingoodhealth #staysafe"
Many fans and followers of the singer took to the comment section to react to her latest decision.
_bet_ty quizzed: "But are you sure they were still waiting for you???"
mpharmamutti wrote: "Welcome NurseShay #ingoodhealth"
abyna_shanty came in with the comment: "Shayyyy"
dj_abena welcomed the idea with the comment: "Yesss"
Speaking about musicians in Ghana, YEN.com.gh earlier reported that Ghanaian rapper Lukeman Ekow Baidoo famed as Teephlow has indicated in a video that fellow rapper Medikal's wealth is not coming from his work as a musician.
While speaking in a radio interview, Teephlow claimed there was no way the flashy lifestyle of rapper Medikal could be said to be coming from his songs.
Teephlow went on to assert that from 2019, many artistes and entertainers in general, have suffered a lot of financial blows due to the outbreak of the dreaded COVID-19.
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