Wendy Shay Walks Out of Interview on Accra FM With Nana Romeo

Wendy Shay Walks Out of Interview on Accra FM with Nana Romeo.

Ghanaian singer and RuffTown Records signee, Wendy Shay on Tuesday stormed out of live radio interview with Nana Romeo of Accra FM after the host purportedly asked an “Unprofessional question”.

Wendy Shay Interview
Wendy Shay Interview With Nana Romeo (Accra FM)

 

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Wendy Shay got annoyed and walked out of the interview after the host, Nana Romeo asked if she is dating her manager and record label boss, Bullet

Wendy Shay, the Bedroom Commando singer denied such an allegation and registered her displeasure with the sort of questions the host is asking but Nana Romeo insisted he had evidence to prove to the contrary.

Wendy Shay was on the radio to promote her new single “Emergency” which features Bosom Pyung and also celebrate her 2year anniversary in the Ghana Music industry. Prior to her walk out, Wendy Shay apologized to her fans for her actions and refused to look back when she was called.

Wendy Shay
Wendy Shay Looking Gorgeous

 

Obviously, Wendy Shay didn’t like the treatment given her by the presenter hence her decision to end the interview. In 2018, Wendy Shay had an interview with JoyNews’ MzGee and when she was asked “Who is Wendy Shay?”, she classified that question as “dumb”. Sister doesn’t like “Stupid questions……Simple

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This incident sparked a lot of roar on social media as a lot of people including celebrities like Becca, Ama K. Abebrese among others have condemned the actions of the presenter. Shatta Wale in a video was seen blasting the presenter for how he treats musicians when they come for interviews looking at what has been done to KiDi and now Wendy Shay.

Nana Romeo made headlines recently when he sacked KiDi from the studio for reporting late for an interview.

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