Nana Aba Anamoah, Serwaa Amihere and Abena Akorkor are among the Ghanaian media figures that have been targeted by Wendy Shay, who has done so in the most subtly way possible to avoid being sued.
It is with great pleasure that we announce the release of a new song by the 25-year-old singer, titled ‘Heat.’ This time, she departs from her customary “Bedroom Commando” and “Kraman Koti” style of music to speak about the status of the economy.
The song draws attention to the economic hardship and struggles that Ghanaian youth face on a daily basis in order to make ends meet, as evidenced by the fact that some men and women engage in illegal activities in survive.
When Wendy Shay wanted to deliver her message in a unique way, she turned to wordplay. Deciphering the complex words of the song, which we have simplified for you, would require significant reflection.
Subtly disparaging Nana Aba Anamoah, Serwaa Amihere, and Abena Akorkor, who have been accused of sleeping with wealthy married men and politicians in order to make quick money, the singer said, “It’s all about the money.”
Wendy Shay, using poetic overtones, requested Abena Korkor and Serwaa Amihere, who was recently implicated in a sex scandal involving the NPP’s John Boadu, to show other ladies how to get favors from “big men” so that they, too, could drive in Range Rovers like Nana Aba Anamoah.
Take a look at the video below.