Wendy Shay Speaks For The First Time After Her Accident

Wendy Shay Speaks For The First Time After Her Accident

Wendy Shay has spoken for the first time following her accident, which happened on September 9, 2023, along Kwabenya Road in Accra.

This comes few days after Wendy Shay suffered a severe headache as a result of a serious collision between her Jeep Wrangler and a tipper truck carrying sand.

The Ruff Town Records signee, was quickly transported to a nearby hospital for treatment.

In response to the incident, Wendy Shay shared her terrifying experience on social media claiming that her escape was a testimony of “God’s Grace.”

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She expressed her heartfelt gratitude to her colleague artistes, family, and friends who showed her immense love during the challenging time.

“I recorded this song on 7.09.2023,
had an accident on 10.09.2023. The lyrics in this song is making sense to me now… Some people will only love you when you are dead…
I am Alive by the Grace of God.

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“Thanks to GOD, my family, team, and my Fans for their support and prayers. Ghana please say a big Thank you to these celebs who showed me love when I needed it most.”

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