Wendy Shay, Ghanaian songstress signed to Ruff Town records has tweeted her experience with Sarkodie when she reached out to him for a verse on her hit song ‘Psalm 35’
Wendy Shay was outdoored to the industry in 2018 by her label boss, Bullet after the sudden passing of The Late Ebony Reigns. Wendy Shay was heavily criticized because she was considered a replacement of the deceased artist. In June 2018 she released her first song ‘Uber Driver’
Three months after she recorded Psalm 35 and sent the song to Sarkodie for a verse and in a recent tweet she said that Sarkodie sent her his verse under two hours and expressed her gratitude for that kind gesture.
This tweet was made in the period where Sarkodie is being discussed for being a snubbish person when it comes to featuring, especially when he’s the one supposed to do a verse for another artist. Samini came out to complain about his experience with Sarkodie and has generated a lot of conversations.
D-Black has also shared his experience with Sarkodie when he needed a verse from him. Check out his tweet below;