Wendy Shay says she will rate the Ghana music industry 7 over 10 in terms of performance because of the lack of support in the industry.
She said the industry can go far if the artists support themselves rather than the backbiting that exists in the industry.
According to the songstress, she believes that if artists with experience are able to personally speak to the upcoming ones about things they don’t do right rather than taking to social media to post such comments, it will go a long way to bring solidarity in the industry and drive the industry to growth.
“We don’t support each other. If a co-artiste does something wrong, it is expected that you contact the person personally and advise them but it’s not so. They would rather take to social media and throw shades at you” she told host Yaa Konamah.
Reacting to a question on whether she was friends with any of the female artists, the Ruff town signee said even though she has no issues them, she can say she is not friends with any of them except Adina whom she has a personal relationship with. She however added that, when they meet and there is the need to talk, they talk.
Wendy said even though she does not believe in selling yourself through ‘diss songs’, she would not miss an opportunity to release good diss song if the need arises.
She also spoke about her first major concert this Sunday, 23rd December 2018 at the La Palm Beach Resort and urged her fans to come and support her.