Stevie Wonder hit maker, Wendy Shay, a signee at Rufftown Records, has said she does not belong to her manager, Bullet.
Wendy Shay says she may be a property of Rufftown Records in a sense, but that does not mean Bullet owns her.
She explained that she is part of a brand established by Bullet, however, that does not make her a subject to Bullet.
Wendy Shay was speaking in an interview monitored by YEN.com.gh on Okay FM.
â€œAs for now, right now, I am part of Rufftown Records. Bullet himself has been saying I am a property of Rufftown Records because it is a brand he has built. If you say so, fine. But I donâ€™t belong to Bullet,â€ Wendy Shay stressed.
She made the statement after the host of the show, Abeiku Santana, stressed that Wendy Shay is Bulletâ€™s property.
The singerâ€™s fierce response, however, proves that she is not fine with Abeikuâ€™s assertion.
Meanwhile, Wendy Shay has been with Bullet for close to two years now after the sad demise of Bulletâ€™s first signee, Ebony.
Since then she has produced many hit songs, including Bedroom Commando, Uber Driver, Stevie Wonder featuring Shatta Wale, and Emergency, just to mention a few.
Wendy Shay also recently called herself the queen of Ghana Music.
She claimed to be part of the four S in the Ghana music industry together with Shatta Wale, Sarkodie, and Stonebwoy, replacing Samini with herself.
This really got Samini angry and the two engaged in a social media fracas.