Ghanaians Blast Wendy Shay For Begging Other Musicians To Share Her New YouTube Channel

Ghanaians Blast Wendy Shay For Begging Other Musicians To Share Her New YouTube Channel

  • Ghanaian musician Wendy Shay received backlash after pleading with other Ghanaian musicians to promote her YouTube Channel and her new song, Who Cares
  • This comes after she announced on her verified X account that she had left her manager Bullet and his record label, RuffTown Records
  • Many people on X stated that she had not shared any of the works of her colleagues on social media
  • Ghanaian entertainment pundit spoke about the challenges of musicians going solo after leaving their record label

Many Ghanaians have lashed out at dancehall musician Wendy Shay for pleading with other Ghanaian musicians to promote her new song and her newly created YouTube Channel after leaving RuffTown Records.

Wendy Shay dazzling in photos
Wendy Shay dazzling in photos. Image Credit: @wendyshayofficial
Source: Instagram

Wendy Shay received backlash after begging other musicians on X

Wendy Shay took to her verified X account to plead with other musicians to help garner more followers for her YouTube Channel.

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In her request, she also pleaded with her colleagues to share the YouTube link to her new song, Who Cares, which premiered on May 15, 2024.

According to Wendy Shay, she was pleading with other musicians to spread the information because her YouTube Channel was new, making it difficult for people to find her when they searched her name.

Below was Wendy Shay's plea she made on X:

My new YouTube chanel doesn't pop up when you type my name Wendy Shay which make it hard for my fans to watch my New Video...I’d be glad if my colleagues will help me share my new Chanel

Below is a tweet by Wendy Shay, in which she pleaded with other musicians to share the link to her new YouTube Channel.

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Below is a screenshot of Wendy Shay's new YouTube Channel with about 400 subscribers.

Wendy Shay's new YouTube Channel
Wendy Shay's new YouTube Channel. Image Credit: @wendyshayofficial
Source: Youtube

Below is a screenshot of Wendy Shay's new song Who Cares with 1.8k views in 23 hours.

Wendy Shay's new song Who Cares
Wendy Shay's new song Who Cares. Image Credit: @wendyshayofficial
Source: Youtube

Reactions as Wendy Shay pleaded with other musicians to share her YouTube Channel

Many people in the comment section lashed out at her for pleading with her fellow musicians to promote her YouTube Channel and her new song, Who Cares, as they claimed that she had not done the same for them all year in 2024.

Below are the opinions of Ghanaians:

@iamNotime said:

How many links of your colleagues have you shared this year? It is hand go, hand come. You don't help people, but you want them to help you. You are not stomach to be at the receiving end all the time. Same energy.

@marviedzz said:

Have you ever tweeted any of your colleagues' links?

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@amegazo_ said:

Have you shared theirs before?

@okt_ranking said:

In 2024, you have shared zero links of colleagues to push their craft. I pray they give you same level of support as you give them.

@HeadlessYouTube said:

Youtube searches are sorted by Relevance (that's the default), so this is normal. New channels are not considered relevant by the system. It'll take some time before it starts popping up at the top in search. I'll share

@tymismoney1 said:

How many artistes do you share their song . You see say dem no Dey mind you .

@Skilllions said:

You don't share links of your colleagues. So, same energy, wai.

Ghanaian entertainment pundit highlighted the struggles of going solo after leaving a record label

In an exclusive interview with, Ghanaian entertainment pundit, Chris Tsormanah, spoke about the challenges of a musician leaving their record label and how they could turn it into something positive.

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He stated that Wendy Shay and Bullet started off nicely, and now that they have parted ways, it is normal for such circumstances to happen in the music industry.

Speaking on what may cause musicians to part ways with their record labels, he stated that in some cases, these musicians are ungrateful, or sometimes, the record labels are greedy.

"Sometimes too, the artiste grows to a certain level where the record label can no more handle the artiste so then the artiste would have to move on," he said.

Mr Tsormanah further stated that Wendy Shay and Bullet are on good terms, adding that they are also leaving room for the public to speculate whether they are on good terms or not.

"They are cool. That is what I know. Even within this week, the two of them were together. They were driving in town. Behind the scenes, they are very fine."

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Speaking on Wendy Shay's new songs' struggle to get the numbers, he said that sometimes many Ghanaian musicians leave their record labels without implementing measures.

He said that in some cases, when artistes leave their record labels, they can employ the services of their former record labels and leverage their expertise to boost their numbers.

"If Wendy Shay wants to move on now or be an independent artiste now, it is too early to tell whether she is going to survive or not. Because she can move out of RuffTown and still engage the services of RuffTown, or Lynx Entertainment or Empire. And then if she leaving the record label too she has not put downt he right measures in place, she can also leave and then end up being like the Eazzys, and then the MzVees, and then Asem when he left Lynx Entertianment."

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A video of him singing the song surfaced online, exciting scores of Ghanaian fans who also fell in love with the music.

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