The ruckus on social media over the viral interview of Nana Romeo and songstress Wendy Shay about the musician’s alleged affair with her management has sparked conversations in the media and on social media. As opinion leaders, kingpins, and some right activists have spoken out about the incident, here are some influential names in the creative arts industry and what they said on the issue.
Posting a video on his social media account, Comedian DKB voices out his displeasure on how the Accra FM presenter has touched all of them for touching Wendy Shay, he believes artists are becoming united and this is one thing he wouldn’t stand for.
Ama K Abebrese also weighed in with a question on the conduct of the presenter tweeting:
Responding to a tweet, she further advised creatives to decline interviews to that station if they can.
Siding with Wendy Shay, the Weather hitmaker, Sista Afia tweeted
the just appointed commonwealth ambassador, Lydia Forson, as usual, chimed in tweeting:
The boss of the SM Movement has also added his voice threatening to slap the presenter should he ever ask him such questions
These of course show how unhappy the majority of Ghanaians or listeners of the show were on the video that came out of the interview. The media is advised to be creative with their questions so they don’t end up tearing down artists instead of building them.
Story by Matilda Mensah Marfo