Social media has been hot of late with new trends each and everyday, currently trending is Wendy Shay who has been accused of allegedly stealing her latest released titled Break My Waist of which in short, she calls it 'BMW' from popular Nigerian singer Timaya. Am here to gist you and share with you the video prove but before that, kindly hit on the follow button in order to be notified on new updates from Mdk Banahene.In a video sighted on the Instagram page of controversial content creator, Kwadwo Sheldon, sees the YouTuber giving information on Ghanaians. In the video, he first played the music video of Timaya titled 'Balance' and later played that of Wendy Shay titled 'BMW' which is Break My Waist, and clearly one will realize those two songs sound very similar with some similar lines in Wendy Shay song from that of Timaya. And Sheldon we all know to be 'agenda' boy gave production credit to Kuami Eugene at the end of the video as it says; "A Kuami Eugene Production". And I believe we all know why he did that because Kuami Eugene on several occasions has been accused of stealing songs.￼With a little research, Timaya released his 'Balance' song two years ago which is somewhere 2019 of his 'Chulo Vibes' EP and the song has over 21 million views on YouTube. Wendy on the other hand just released her 'BMW' song 2 days ago with over 82 thousand views on YouTube now.
Ghanaians have been reacting massively to the video Kwadwo Sheldon shared as some thinks he will break industry with that his music breakdown show. One netizen made a controversial comment as he wrote; "The "HEAD IS BIGG FOR A REASON" make I call IGP anaaa?"
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