“I saved the female scene from dying 2 and half years ago when Ebony left”- Wendy Shay

Rufftown Records signee Wendy Shay has stated that she saved the female scene in the Ghanaian music industry from dying.

According to the “Emergency” singer, the late Ebony Reigns left a void when she died two years ago, a void she came to fill, thereby resurrecting the female scene.

Wendy Shay made this statement whilst outdooring the newest signee to the Rufftown Music Label, Kiki Marley.

“I saved the female scene from dying 2 n half years ago when Bony left (RIP) they didn’t wanna open the door for Me , but I opened it By Force ! With God Hardwork ,perseverance,humility , and loyalty,” she captioned a photo of Kiki on Instagram.

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She went ahead to welcome Kiki to their family and wished her the best of luck.


“@kikimarleylive welcome to rufftowm Records. GIRL POWER. Girl come and do your thing cos u got it My advice to you ,is to be humble and loyal don’t go join forces with Them later to bring rufftown down That’s dangerous Go for Gold ..you’re A Star .”

See screenshot of her post below:

SOURCE: AMEYAW DEBRAH

Empress, EonlineGH.Com Staff Writer
I'm the queen of showbiz, Ghana's legal slay queen. Ambassador to social media. However, Empress though insanely gorgeous, proves that she indeed has a lot to offer which goes beyond her outward looks.She’s a woman of substance who switches between her education and media works and does it so perfectly.She is a fiercely ambitious lady whose versatility is evident in her ability to do anything relating to media works, from hosting on Radio and TV to events and acting – she could easily pass of as the nation’s versatile Goddess.While not known as an actress like a lot of ladies in the movie industry (though she does that, too and not really her interest!),