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Our so-called big girls are snatchers of husband-Wendy Shay to Mzbel and Tracey Boakye

Wendy Shay has pinned on the ongoing feud between musician, Mzbel, and actress-movie producer, Tracey Boakye, famous songstress and Rufftown Records signnee.

Just recently, in a Facebook Livestream, Tracey Boakye caned Mzbel announcing she was sleeping with a ‘sugar daddy,’ with whom she always sleeps.

Tracey Boakye revealed the ‘Sugar Daddy’ was breaking up with Mzbel because she had a smelly “cookie” and was too old for his fondness.

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On the other hand, Mzbel replied by saying she doesn’t know the man in question because her interests, her class and the kind of man she wants are different from Tracey’s and is therefore surprised that the actress comes after her.

With respect to the feud, Wendy Shay has expressed her repugnance at the fact that so-called ‘big girls’ are not purely virtuous in Ghana.

“Since I came to Ghana, all I see is that these so-called Big Girls are killing and fighting over D**ks Can’t we just get a woman who is going to inspire these morally growing young girls?! I ‘m looking forward to being special! Act like a Lady who thinks like a wake up Man Ghana!! “Said Wendy Shay.

Wendy Shay is shocked at the secrets that come out of the joke between the two actresses and feels it is immature, admonishing the female celebrities to regain their integrity and teach moral principles to the young people.

EVER SINCE I CAME TO GHANA
ALL I SEE IS THESE SO-CALLED BIG GIRLS
SLAYING AND FIGHTING OVER D**KS
CAN’T WE JUST GET ONE WOMAN WHO WILL INSPIRE THESE YOUNG GIRLS GROWING UP MORALLY??!
I DARE TO BE DIFFERENT!
ACT LIKE A LADY THINK LIKE A MAN
GHANA WAKE UP !!

— Queen Shay (@wendyshaygh) August 6, 2020

And for a moment, Wendy Shay thought her followers would applaud her for her ‘smart’ sayings but social media didn’t let it slide; they had to mock Wendy Shay for suggesting the so-called big girls are fighting over d**ks.

See below for some reactions:

@Pandero7: “This is what you know! I’ve asked you if you’d sing your children’s songs and you said yes. Morally what your lyrics suggest to the young ladies are not safe. Shoot up Abrochie aba Ghana

@tettehcyprus1: “Ah…so u think you’ve type sense er”

@1realdeezy: “Add fruits to the song to make it healthy. Ofui”

@AnthonioKekeli: “Rn I see say you no dey like peace of mind”

@PoshhRukky: U errr So u think I’ve said something aaaama Singing “mip3 ak)kra “ di333, that one is moral. Medi3 pass woho”

@cobbsparlour: “Ever since I came to Ghana,all I see is musicians always tapping into controversies or creating controversies themselves just to promote their soon to release songs. Ghana let’s wake up and do good music without controversies”

 

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