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Wendy Shay sparks controversy with new post

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The self-proclaimed Queen of Ghana music, Wendy Shay, has set tongues wagging among her fans with a recent social media update hinting at a significant shift in her career path.

In a surprising turn of events, the songstress announced the imminent release of a music video for her latest track, ‘Who Cares’, but dropped a bombshell by revealing that it would not premiere on Rufftown Records channels, her long-time label.

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Instead, Wendy Shay disclosed her plans to forge ahead on a new journey, launching exclusive channels for all her future music content.

In a tweet directed at her fan base, she declared, “SHAYGANG, my new video will not be on Rufftown Records Channel. Follow me as I embark on a new journey and subscribe to my new YouTube account.”

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The artist’s decision was further emphasized by her removal of all Rufftown Records-related posts from her social media profiles, signaling a potential rebranding strategy.

Having been a cornerstone of Rufftown Records for six years and often referred to as the label’s ‘cash cow,’ Wendy Shay’s unexpected announcement has left many wondering about the status of her contract with the company.

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Despite widespread speculation about her departure, Wendy Shay has yet to issue an official statement regarding any changes to her management structure.

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