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Just recently, Tracey Boakye caned Mzbel in a Livestream on Facebook declaring that she slept with a ‘sugar daddy’ who she is also sleeping with as well.
Tracey Boakye disclosed that the ‘Sugar daddy’ split with Mzbel because she has a smelly ”cookie” and was too old for his fondness.
Mzbel on the other hand responded saying that she does not know the man in question because her preferences, her class and the sort of man she desires are different from that of Tracey and therefore is shocked that the actress is coming after her.
In regards to the feud, Wendy Shay has expressed her repugnance at the fact so-called ‘big girls’ in Ghana are not purely virtuous.
“Ever since I came to Ghana All I see is these so-called Big Girls Slaying and fighting over D**ks Can’t we just get one woman who will inspire these young girls growing up morally??! I Dare to be Different! Act like a Lady think like a Man Ghana wake up !!” Wendy Shay stated.
Wendy Shay is appalled at the secrets coming out following the banter between the two celebrities and thinks it’s childish, admonishing the female celebs to restore their dignity and teach the young girls moral values.
And for a moment, Wendy Shay thought her fans will hail her for her ‘wise’ sayings, but social media didn’t let it slide; they had to troll Wendy Shay for saying that the so-called big girls are fighting over d**ks.
See some reactions below:
@pandero7: “So you know this ! I asked you if you would sing your songs to your child and you said yes. Morally what your lyrics says are not healthy for the young ladies. Abrochie aba Ghana rise up”
@tettehcyprus1: “Ah…so u think you’ve type sense er”
@1realdeezy: “Add fruits to the song to make it healthy. Ofui”
@AnthonioKekeli: “Rn I see say you no dey like peace of mind”
@PoshhRukky: “U errr So u think I’ve said something aaaama Singing “mip3 ak)kra “ di333, that one is moral. Medi3 pass woho”
@cobbsparlour: “Ever since I came to Ghana,all I see is musicians always tapping into controversies or creating controversies themselves just to promote their soon to release songs. Ghana let’s wake up and do good music without controversies”