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I would have been an occult if I hadn’t met Bullet – Wendy Shay

Wendy Shay

Wendy Shay, a Ghanaian singer and musician, recently talked about her journey in the music business and her experience with spiritual study.

She said that she might have gone into occultism if she hadn’t met her current boss, Bullet.

Her story was that she probably would have been an occult if Bullet hadn’t been there.

In an interview with Andy Dosty on Hitz-FM, she said that she had started a search for a higher power when she got back to Ghana from Germany.

“Around 2020/2021, I wanted to find spirituality for myself,” Wendy Shay explained.

“I wanted to start practicing those things, but then I met Bullet right when I really wanted to get deep into those things,” Wendy Shay added.

According to Wendy Shay, Bullet had advised her to attend church with him before signing her to Rufftown Records as an artist. He explained that for her star to shine, she needed to align herself with his power, which he identified as the light of Jesus Christ.

“He told me he follows the light, and the light is Jesus Christ, and for me to be in alignment with him, I had to go to church with him.”

Wendy Shay admitted that initially, she attended church with Bullet for the sake of being signed as an artist. However, she had an encounter during one of these church visits when “the Holy Ghost just arrested me.”

She further explained that her decision to settle with Christianity in her quest for spirituality stemmed from the challenges she faced in her life and the music industry.