Wendy Shay’s manager and producer, Ernest Kwasi has given an update on the current status and condition of Ghanaian musician, Wendy Shay. In a Facebook sighted by ghanaeducation.org, Mr. Ernest Kwasi made it clear that Wendy is fine. He expressed his gratitude to all Ghanaians who showed sympathy and supported Wendy Shay in prayers.
In the early hours of Sunday, 10th September, 2023, Wendy Shay was involved in a near fatal accident on the Kwabenya highway in Accra.
According to report by an eyewitness, Wendy Shay collided with a Tipper Truck, and escaped narrowly.
Wendy Shay was reportedly driving on the road when the truck drove into her; in her bid to avoid the crash, she drove off and landed into a gutter, crashing her Jeep Wrangler
The eyewitness said that she was fine, however, she complained of a headache and rushed to the hospital. Looking at her situation when sent to the hospital, she will be fine.
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About Wendy Shay
Wendy Shay was born on 20 February 1996 in Accra, a suburb of the Greater Accra Region of Ghana. After the death of her father, she relocated to Stuttgart, Germany with her three siblings. Wendy’s love of music grew after she lost her father when she was four years old.
She attended Morning Star School and St Martin de Porres in Accra before relocating to Stuttgart where she continued her education from grade 7 (JHS 1). She also attended a music school in Bernhausen in Germany
Wendy Shay is a trained Nurse by profession, worked as a Midwife in the clinical field. She worked as a midwife until she moved to Ghana to pursue her musical dreams.
She was introduced to music by Rufftown Records Manager Bullet and signed in January 2018 after the untimely death of label mate Ebony Reigns. On 1 June 2018, Wendy Shay released her debut single “Uber Driver”, produced by MOG Beatz. The song was released together with the official video the same day.
Wendy Shay was recently enstooled as the Ahenemba Hemaa of Gomoa Afransi in the Central Region (Ghana) with the stool name Queen Ewurabena Ofosuhemaa Shay 1