Ghanaian singer Wendy Addo popularly known as Wendy Shay has added her voice to millions of protestors across the globe fighting for the end of racism and justice for George Floyd who was murdered in a broad daylight by a police officer.
Despite her huge achievement in the industry within two years, Wendy Shay has faced a lot of criticisms and hate from fans as well.
Speaking in an interview with pulse.com.gh, Wendy Shay disclosed that the racism she faced in Germany is nothing compared to what she is going through in Ghana.
“I have faced a lot of racism in Germany … but when I came to Ghana, I have experienced the worst things that I didn’t even experience in Germany” she said.
According to the singer, she left Germany to Ghana not only to find greener pastures but to escape the racism she faced while she was living there.
“But when I came here, what I went through was like a thousand times more than what I have faced in Germany,” she added.