Ghanaian singer and songwriter Wendy Shay has candidly shared insights into her music career journey and a potentially life-altering encounter with occultism. She revealed that her path might have led her into the world of occultism if not for her fortuitous meeting with her current manager, Bullet.
During an interview with Andy Dosty on Hitz-FM on September 28, the “Heaven” hit-maker shared her experiences. She revealed that, upon returning from Germany, she had begun searching for a higher power.
“Around 2020/2021, I wanted to find spirituality for myself,” Wendy Shay explained.
When questioned about whether she delved into occultism as part of her spiritual exploration, she clarified that she “didn’t really go too deep” into it.
Instead, she had been in contact with her grandfather, who had expertise in such practices before meeting her current manager, Bullet.
“I wanted to start practicing those things, but then I met Bullet right when I really wanted to get deep into those things,” Wendy Shay added.
Before signing Wendy Shay to Rufftown Records as an artist, Bullet allegedly suggested that she go to church with him. He explained that she needed to align herself with his power, which he identified as the light of Jesus Christ, in order for her star to shine.
“He told me he follows the light, and the light is Jesus Christ, and for me to be in alignment with him, I had to go to church with him.”
Wendy Shay admitted that initially, she attended church with Bullet for the sake of being signed as an artist. However, she had a encounter during one of these church visits when “the Holy Ghost just arrested me.”
She continued by saying that the difficulties she encountered in her personal life and in the music business led her to settle on Christianity in her search for spirituality.
“Because of the things I had faced in my life and in the industry. It opened my eyes to the spirituality of this world, we all know how crazy the industry is, there are so many dark forces here. So I knew I had to find protection, and that was God,” she said.