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Bullet Cites Juju In Wendy Shay’s Ghastly Accident

Bullet, the manager of Ghanaian musician, Wendy Shay has alleged some spiritual machinations being designed by some Ghanaian musicians against his artiste.

Additionally, he said he would have been the prime suspect if the honcho of Shay Gang had died in the accident considering how his previous artiste Ebody also died in a car accident.

Bullet whose real name is Ricky Nana Agyemang, and owner of Rufftown Records, which houses multiple award-winning artiste, Wendy Shay said the recent ghastly accident Wendy Shay had is beyond the realms of the physical world.

RuffTown Records artiste Wendy Shay was almost killed in an accident on Sunday, September 10, 2023, in Kwabenya, Accra. After Wendy Shay’s accident, the rumors gained further traction on social media. As he was also involved in the death of his former singer, Ebony Reigns, in a car accident in 2018, some people think Bullet is to blame for the accident.

The owner of Rufftown Records refuted the rumors by saying that he is a Christian and would never engage in occultic activities. He bemoaned the fact that he had put a lot of time and money into Wendy Shay’s career and vowed never to make fun of her.

“Who would invest so much in an artiste and say I want to kill her at the time when I am supposed to get returns from my investment?… I have not been to any juju. I don’t know if it’s a spiritual attack. I’m taking this very seriously and imagine if Wendy had died, where would I have been by now? Ghanaians would say I have used her for blood money. I am worried and the things I am hearing are so sad. If I were in their shoes, I would say the same,” He said.

 “I am just praying to God over it. I only know Jesus Christ, but if it keeps repeating then I know the enemy is at play…I know they want me to be disgraced, so I have to pray, and I have to seek protection. Spiritual things are real, and I have prayed to God for these things to happen to me. I know it’s not coming from my camp.” he added.

With respect to Wendy Shay’s accident, Tru News Report previously mentioned that the singer was involved in a ghastly accident and a corresponding video showing her mangled vehicle has catapulted her fans and Ghanaians in general into a state of apprehension.

The collision reportedly happened Saturday night on the route between ACP and Kwabenya in Accra, according to a number of sources coordinated by UTV, leaving the singer terrified. Thankfully, she did not lose her life, but she did get hurt. The front side of the Jeep Wrangler with the license plate SHAY 21-19 is clearly damaged in a video taken from the accident scene via the UTV’s lenses.

Witnesses claim that Wendy Shay’s Jeep Wrangler ran into a sand-filled tipper truck. On Saturday night’s United Showbiz episode of UTV, Prince Obimpeh, UTV’s deputy news editor, who was at the accident scene, conducted a live interview about what happened.

He said: “You are aware that the stretch of road between the ACP Junction and Kwabenya is typically clear at night, thus despite the presence of police, cars are frequently traveling at top speed. Coming out of the valley, not far from the KNUST Accra Campus Junction, I noticed a group of people gathering around a car.

“I made the decision to park and observe what was going on. When I checked, I saw a woman getting out of a car. She resembled Wendy Shay and had dreadlocks… I got closer, I could see that it was Wendy Shay. Shay, the Wrangler she was driving had a unique registration. I quickly drew up to her and inquired as to what was going on. She said she was in an excruciating head pain after hitting her head on the dashboard and that she is unable to speak much.

Source – Tru News Report


Gabby Nash, popularly known as Gabs, is an incredibly talented writer and blogger. With an extensive career spanning over 15 years in journalism, Gabs has established a reputation for excellence that is truly remarkable. Throughout the years, he has contributed numerous thought-provoking articles and blog posts to various prominent Ghanaian websites and blogs. In the late 90s, he began his writing journey with Graphic Showbiz, Junior Graphic, and The Mirror, which is a subsidiary of Graphic Communication Group Limited. His articles have consistently showcased a deep level of insight and wisdom.

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