14.09.2023 Celebrity

We are planning to transfer Wendy Shay to Germany for further treatment—Bullet reveals

We are planning to transfer Wendy Shay to Germany for further treatment—Bullet reveals
14.09.2023 LISTEN

RuffTown Music CEO Ricky Nana Agyemang popularly known as Bullet has said musician Wendy Shay’s medical condition is worsening.

According to the Chief Executive Officer (CEO) of Rufftown Records, arrangements are being made to send Wendy to Germany for better healthcare.

He said in an interview on Hitz FM that surviving such a collision should not be taken for granted.

“It was very severe. It was extremely severe. She has spent five days in the hospital. Right now, what we are planning to do is to fly her to Germany for further medical checks.

“We are going to see the police this morning. We have been there, and they said they have to test the car and everything. We hope they get done soon,” Bullet stated.

When questioned about the severity of the collision, Bullet said that Wendy was hit by a tipper truck that was carrying stones and traveling at high speed.

He said the truck ran into Wendy Shay’s vehicle from behind causing her to hit her head on the dashboard.

He noted that Wendy, who was with her personal assistant at that time, was returning home after a video shoot for her new song when the accident occurred.

“Imagine your car being hit by a tipper truck with gravel and stones. It was extremely severe. When you see how heavy the tipper truck was and how it hit her from behind, it was serious. She was getting off the highway trying to branch. There’s no way a tipper truck can hit a Jeep Wrangler from behind and the person will survive it.”

Asked where he was at the time of the incident, Bullet said, “I was in Kumasi trying to promote Wendy’s new songs and I heard that this happened so I had to rush back.”

Wendy’s Jeep Wrangler with the registration number plate, SHAY 21-19 collided with a tipper truck over the weekend.

The incident occurred on Saturday, September 9, 2023, on the Kwabenya road in Accra.

Sebastian Sedekah Akaho-Tay
Sebastian Sedekah Akaho-Tay

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