- Popular Ghanaian singer Wendy Shay is known for her constant use of the phrase "Ghana, Wake Up"
- In an interview with Giovanni Caleb, the Survivor crooner explained the rationale behind her favourite phrase
- Her comment was met with mixed reactions, with some social media users agreeing and commending her
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Over the years, Ghanaian singer Wendy Shay has often used the phrase "Ghana, Wake Up." When making a controversial statement or sharing her opinion on a rather heated topic, the Survivor crooner will end her rant with, "Ghana, Wake Up!"
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Breaking down the rationale, Wendy Shay said;
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I feel like the starting point of success is acceptance of reality.
She described her slogan as a wake-up call to Ghanaians to accept their reality and not make ignorant statements. Continuing her explanation, she said;
A lot of people are living in darkness and don't know.
Wendy Shay described the "darkness" Ghanaians live in as the reason behind the misjudgement and criticisms she faces. She ended her explanation with the following;
I'm always going to stand for the truth and the truth is sensitive.
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Social Media Users React To Wendy Shay's "Ghana Wake Up" Statement
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For real Wendy Shay is enlightened
Wendy waka nyansa kakra
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Elsewhere, Wendy Shay went on a social media rant touching on the impact of her Nigerian counterparts in the African music space.
The popular singer expressed displeasure at the divide between Ghanaians and Nigerians in music-related issues. She caused a stir on Twitter when she asked Ghanaians to put their pride and reach out to Nigeria for help.
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