Wendy Shay Defends Harsh Words In Her ‘Survivor’ Song After DKB’s Criticism

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Wendy Shay has defended harsh words in her latest song after DKB’s criticism.

DKB asked Wendy Shay to apologize to Ghanaian men.

He stated that he is disappointed in Wendy for disrespecting men in the country with her ‘Survivor’ song.

According to him, words like motherfu*ker, monk*y and jonk*e in the song were not okay.

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In a quick reply, the RuffTown Records artiste said women tend to use more harsh words when they experience an extreme kind of broken heart.

She added that it is either DKB’s heart has not been broken before or he is just a misogynist.

Wendy Shay replied: “There’s level in broken heart. When U get the extreme kind of broken heart any lady would spew the exact words in “SURVIVOR or More…Yo DKB I’ve seen your video…It’s either your heart hasn’t been broken before or u’re just a misogynist! I no dey like dem Girls, Stay out!”

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