Ghanaian Afro pop artiste, Wendy Shay has suggested that up and coming artistes are taken through a school of fame by the producers.
The “Uber Driver” hit maker speaking on Metro TV’s GMG on Friday, shared some of her experiences as a celebrity.
In her estimation, before she got involved in the showbiz industry, she had an entirely different perception about fame and stardom but admitted it could turn disastrous when one does not manage fame well.
“I think there should be a school for fame. I mean, you can’t walk through town and not get noticed. It’s flattering to find people sing your song on the streets but then again, everybody expects you to be super human when indeed you are not always strong to push through challenges,” the sensational musician said.
She added that it hadn’t been an easy road as she has had many blunders which attracted backlash from the public but she has learnt how to manage such situations and is still learning.
She however expressed her gratitude to fans stressing that her one year success in the industry can largely be attributed to their acceptance of her band and their support.