Controversial Ghanaian musician, politician and social commentator, Kwame Asare Obeng popularly known as A Plus has stated that singer Wendy Shay’s recent car crash is just a hype.
Speaking on UTV’s programme United Showbiz on Saturday, A Plus said the events after the said accident expose the agenda of Wendy Shay and her manager, Bullet to ride on her unfortunate incident to spark conversations about her.
According to him, Wendy and her management team have been playing the game of stunt and commended them for doing it well.
Recounting incidents after the accident to buttress his point, A Plus said Bullet had mentioned in an earlier interview that the Uber Driver hitmaker would be flown to Germany for better medical care and treatment.
Interestingly, the same Wendy Shay who is expected to be in Germany for treatment has been all over the place granting interviews that her accident was not ordinary but was spiritually orchestrated to kill her.
In a recent interview with Hitz FM’s Andy Dosty earlier this week, Wendy Shay said, “Those who wanted to kill me, they know themselves, and they’re trying to put it on Bullet. It wasn’t Bullet. It wasn’t a normal attack. What I can say is that they know themselves, but I am not going to mention their names. But they can never kill me.”
However, A Plus discount the claims of Wendy’s accident being a spiritual attack but a stunt.
“We cannot say it is spiritual. It is all for the hype. First, Bullet said he will be flying Wendy to Germany for treatment. Now, they are saying that it is spiritual. They know what they are doing. It is called a stunt and they are doing it well,” he stated.
The Survivor hitmaker was involved in a car crash last month sending shockwaves through the entertainment industry.
The accident occurred on the stretch of road between ACP and Kwabenya in Accra, leaving the artiste who was reported to have sustained some injuries shaken.
A video from the accident scene seen by Graphic Showbiz showed a severely damaged front side of the Jeep Wrangler vehicle with the registration number plate, SHAY 21-19.