Wendy Shay, a Ghanaian singer and songwriter, has thanked her management for identifying potential in her.
Wendy Shay, a female singer signed to Rufftown Records, took to social media to praise her manager, Bullet, the CEO of Rufftown Records, for believing in her as a talent.
The leader of the "ShayGang" penned a thank-you note to her manager, expressing gratitude for his faith in her. When major figures in the music industry advised him not to deal with her, she claims he ignored their advice and went ahead and pushed her.
She also prayed for God's blessing on her manager's life and for him to be motivated to bring out more potential.
She expressed her gratitude to her manager via social media channels, writing, "Thank you Boss for believing in the Talent you saw in me when no one else did."
Despite the fact that certain key industry players advised you not to work with me because I wouldn't make it, you went ahead and propelled me to the top.
May God continue to bless you so that you can bring out even more Artiste.
You are, without a doubt, the best manager! Bonowre aka King Bullet #jokes
@bullet rufftown, I salute you today and always.
It's not his birthday, by the way! I don't need a specific occasion to express my gratitude for him.
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