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Government reportedly Petitioned to ban Wendy Shay’s ‘Heat’ song

Ghanaian musician Wendy Shay has got people talking with the lyrics in her new song titled ‘Heat’.

According to New Publisher newspaper, government has been petitioned to ban the song.

The Rufftown Records signee dropped “Heat” on September 10, 2021.

“Heat,” is a motivational song that talks about all the hardships currently facing people in Ghana.


Background of the song 

In what seems to be a song full of wordplays and mischief, the songstress seems to be targeting the stories of Nana Aba Anamoah, Abena Korkor, Serwaa Amihere, and John Boadu in her music.


It can be recalled that all these names trended on social media when an anonymous account on Snap Chat alleged that these media personalities [Serwaa Amihere and Nana Aba Anamoah] were intimately involved with wealthy politicians such as John Boadu to make quick money.

At the centre of this, it was also alleged that media personality Abena Korkor was behind this anonymous account feeding social media with information.

Reacting to this  subtle shade in her song Wendy revealed she’s not mentioned anyone’s name and as such it is up to the “consumer” of her music to draw their own conclusion.

She made this known during an interview  on the Y Entertainment Podium aired on Y97.9FM days ago.  

“This is a deep song and this is a song I want to leave to the consumers for them to digest and also take their point of view. I want everybody to be able to decode how they understand the songs by themselves. I never mentioned any names,” she stated.

 

 

By Afia Owusu/Myxyzonline.com|Ghana

 

 

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