TV Presenter, Amanda Jissih has defended Wendy Shay calling on Ghanaians to give her a breathing space because she’s not to blame for Ebony’s death.

At the back of her recent interview with Joy News’ MzGee where she labelled a question asked by the journalist as ‘dumb’, Wendy has been bashed by a lot of people for copying late Ebony’s style of doing things ever since she was signed as her replacement on Rufftown Records Label.

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With all the social media trolls and accusations, it has reached a point Amanda Jissih thinks it is almost as if Wendy was the one behind the death of Ebony which is not supposed not to be so.

Calling on Ghanaians to rally behind and support Wendy Shay, the award-winning TV Icon took to her Instagram account and wrote that we all love Ebony and she knows we miss her. The love will never die but that shouldn’t be the reason why we castigate another fellow who was signed to take over her regime.

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According to Amada in her post, Wendy Shay deserves some breathing space encouraging her that she should be aware that it won’t be easy for her so she should be ready for more drama.

“We need to heal from what is hurting us n stop bleeding on people who didn’t cut us.
Yep!!!!!! We all love Ebony and she knows we miss her. The love will never die.”

“I think we should give Wendy her breathing space to do this. It is not going to be easy but she will pull through.”

“Remember,she is not cause of our sister’s death. Only God knows. Welcome Wendy n be ready for more drama. This is life! We all sin differently.“, she wrote on her Instagram wall.

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In other news, Wendy Shay has found herself in trouble once again for performing explicit songs for kids.

Wendy Shay shared a video of her recent performance at a kid’s birthday party and this angered social media users for the songs that she performed at the occasion.

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