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UTV Day With The Stars: Wendy Shay Shows No Mercy As She ‘Grinds’ Don Little During Performance

Wendy Shay and Don Little stole the show during this year’s edition of UTV Day With the Stars.

The day programme which sees the assemblage of mainstream celebs saw Wendy Shay, Don Little, Nana Ama McBrown, Salinko, Moesha Buduong, Yvonne Nelson and a host of others coming together to offer various forms of entertainment to viewers on New Year’s day.

To crown the say, Wendy Shay performed with a live band backed by Nana Ama Mcbrown. While she was dishing out one of her hit songs Masakra ft. Ray James, actor Don Little could not resist showing off his dance skills.

Eventually, Wendy Shay offered him her goods the duo excited viewers with their rapport.

Similarly, When Wendy Shay recently appeared in the United Television (UTV) studios for the renowned program United Showbiz, she deconstructed the lyrics to her contentious song, “Heat.”

Serwaa Amihere, who was purportedly romantically engaged with NPP’s John Boadu, was advised in the famous song to show other ladies how to obtain favours from “powerful guys and prominent men in order to drive Range Rovers like Nana Aba Anamoah.”

Surprisingly, during the interview on United Showbiz, the Rufftown signee offered a contrasting comparison to the song’s premise. Her stance is explained in the video below;

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