Some celebrities will do anything they can to make sure they avoid getting in the news for negative reasons as they believe it can ruin their career but Uber Driver hitmaker, Wendy Shay is the opposite as she thrives on negtaive stories about her.
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According to the Afrobeats musician, negative stories make her feel relevant. “I feel very important when negative stories are written about me because it makes me feel I am doing something great.
“ If I was not that important, no one would have said anything about me. It really hurts if you are doing something wonderful and no one is talking about you,” she told Graphic Showbiz recently.
She said although the negative things said about her are not true, she takes everything in good faith because she expected that to happen.
“As a showbiz person, I knew such things will happen but none of the things said about me for example, me wearing the same weave for nine months and continually wearing some particular shoes are true,” she said.
She is sexy and has the curves that men like but Wendy Shay, who wants to make a mark in the music industry says men should stay away for now because she want to focus on her career.
“Although I get a lot of proposals, I don’t think I am ready for a relationship right now because my music career matters most to me at the moment.
“ I am 22 years old and I have time to achieve big things in my music career, maybe relationships or marriage can come later,” she stated.
With songs like Uber Driver, Bedroom Commando and recently Astalavista doing the magic for her, Wendy Shay says she sees herself winning Grammys in the next five years.
According to her, the sky is her limit and with the great team she has, she is very positive that she will achieve great results in no time.
“It feels good to work with a record label which understands you and knows your direction. When both parties understand each other, attaining your goals is very quick and easy,” she said.
Wendy Shay expressed gratitude to her manager Bullet and the entire Rufftown Records label for spotting the talent in her.