Popular Ghanaian songstress, Wendy Addo, otherwise known as Wendy Shay, has reiterated why she quit her job as a nurse in Germany to start music in Ghana.
She divulged how she met his manager, Bullet in a documentary sighted by Newshuntermag.com.
“Life is all about taking your chances in preparedness. I was introduced to Bullet – the CEO of RuffTown Records – through my Godfather, Kwasi Ernest, in December 2017,” the Uber Driver singer revealed.
“We started talking about music and he finally accepted working with me in March 2018. So, I had to make a decision to quit my nursing career in Germany and come to Ghana to pursue my dreams in music,” she posited.
Wendy Shay further talked about the support that her mother has given to her.
Interestingly, the Rufftown Records artiste disclosed that he came to Ghana with just Euros.
“With the blessings and support of my mum, I packed my things and hopped in the next available flight to Ghana. I came to Ghana with just 50 Euros. I finally met Bullet, signed a contract and started recording songs. I was officially introduced to Ghanaians on the night of VGMA 2018,” she recounted.