Google Said You Were The Queen Of Ghana Music And You Believed It-Fans Attack Wendy Over Her Post
By 4realGhana | self meida writer
Published 25 days ago - 73 views
Ghanaian female controversial songstress Wendy Shay has been attacked by fans who indicated that global search engine Google said she was the queen of Ghana music and she believed it
This online encounter was started by the "Haters" singer on her Twitter Feed when she dropped a post stating that she had searched on the online search engine about the Queen of Ghana music and that she was declared the winner of that title.
Many users were amazed she could go to that extent to claim supremacy among the female artiste in the countrya and that led to an online bombardment of insults on the songstress.
Some even hinted she enjoys these attacks as they help elevate her career and keep her relevant in the competitive industry in Ghana.Others also said her research was not authentic and that they had different results when they searched for the same content.
Others also had this to say;
Most tweeps angrily told Wendy Shay to make her way to the Google Headquarters for her self acclaimed award since she relished awards so much in her career
We believe awards are given by the people and not to be self acclaimed but all the same its parts of the music industry hence fans should expect these behaviours from our musical acts.
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