The talented musician reacted to this in a recent post she made on her personal social media handle on the popular social media platform, Twitter.
The tweet was made by Charts Ghana and Wendy retweeted the post for her fans and other social media users to know she is still in the game.
See the post below;
Meanwhile, the musician has rubbished claims that she paid something to his label boss, Bullet before she signed her.
According to her, her management did not charge her anything when she was signed on their record label.
She revealed that although it is a norm for an artist to pay his or her record label when they sign them, her story was different because she did not pay a penny to her current record label, RuffTown Records when she got signed by Bullet.
Speaking on how she joined Rufftown, she indicated that her uncle, Jeff Konadu Addo who is the Eastern Regional Secretary of the New Patriotic Party (NPP) introduced and recommended her to her manager, bullet after discovering her God-given talent.
She made this known in a recent interview on Okay FM and in her submission, she said;
“We never paid any money to Bullet, he didn’t take money from us… He knows how best to run his business.”