Ruff Town Records signee Wendy Shay has complained bitterly over the government’s contribution to the level of poverty suffered by creative personalities in the country.
To the “Uber Driver” hitmaker, but for certain policies in place that bans creatives and especially public figures from advertising alcohol and betting platforms, Ghanaian creatives would have been well to do.
And that she believes has been the bane of creatives in Ghana.
Wendy Shay says her vote will go to any political party that can do away with such laws because it has affected “celebrities” and their income streams.
The artiste made it known in a tweet she shared saying “Musicians are not supposed to be poor But in this country if God does not step in you’ll die poor Now we can’t even get Alcohol and Betting companies to sponsor our shows 2024 my vote will be for any party that will lift that Ban!”
This won’t be the first time the female artiste is calling on these regulators to have a relook on their ban as it’s making artistes poor because they cannot get these endorsement deals.