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Police halt Wendy Shay’s show in Belgium

Wendy Shay, a secular performer from Ghana, revealed that the Belgian Police Force prevented her from taking the stage at the Ghana Culture Festival on October 3, 2022.

The performance wasn't a complete failure, she claimed in an Instagram post, and she promised to make it worthwhile for them the following year. "The police in Belgium stopped the show, but we still had fun at Ghana Culture Fest. The following year will be huge, she promised.

Wendy was seen performing some of her most well-known songs for her fans in a freestyle in a video that was posted along with the posts. Wendy swayed and moved her body to the beats of her songs as the jovial company shouted and sang along to her tunes, appearing all gingered and filled with such enthusiasm.

She performed while wearing ankle boots and a two-piece all-black dress. This occurs after Wendy released the song "Survivor" on September 17, 2022. Numerous internet users disapproved of the song because of its harsh language and violent imagery.

Wendy claims that while her closest friend was pursuing her man, she was pursuing her passion. She also claims that the two of them are currently involved. Due to this, the singer has translated her frustration into her new song 'Warning'. In a caption that came along with the release of the song, Wendy Shay wrote on her Instagram Page, ”It’s hard for hardworking women to get genuine love.

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