Ghanaian afrobeat singer Wendy Shay posted a new photo wearing a giant boot, claiming her boot is bigger than her enemy's.
Wendy Shay posts new photo
The hitmaker "Uber Driver", who has a distinctive fashion sense, took to social media on Wednesday August 4, with a photo that did the headlines of its subscribers.
She appeared in black leather pants and a jacket over a transparent skirt and accompanied the photo with the caption: "My shoes are taller than my enemies".
Although his caption amuses most of the people who comment on his post, some love him.
Meanwhile, the RuffTown Records signer said she was a dead goat who was no longer afraid of knives.
Speaking on UTV's United Showbiz last month, she announced that she now suffers from Dead Goat Syndrome following her experience in the Ghanaian music industry.
Citing several examples of managers dating their female artists, Nana Ama McBrown, the host, mentions that the "Commando Bedroom" singer will also date the manager. hers, Bullet.
Showbiz Scholar Arnold Asamoah Baidoo, who was also on the show as a panelist, added that "but they haven't accepted it yet." In response to the comment, Wendy asked "haven't they said anything about me before?"
She continued, "I'm a dead goat now. Nothing they'll say will hit me, I've grown thick skin."
Wendy Shay was among the panelists including MzVee and Queen Eshun on the show, who discussed the impact of romantic relationships between artist curators and the artists they lead.
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