Wendy Shay has finally had her “Pray For Me Song” restored after threatening to file a court case against YouTube for trashing her song without any factual reason.
We some few days ago filed a report that the digital video streaming platform took Wendy Shay’s newly released single off their platform with the reason being that she sampled a popular song ( Jerusalema) which is making waves across the world.
However, the Rufftown Records signed artiste and the beat producer of the song MOG insisted that the reason behind the decision of YouTube operators is not factual.
Concerning this, Wendy Shay took to her social media handles to threaten that if she sees no amendment, she will take legal action against YouTube. Days after her threat, the “Uber Driver” hitmaker has taken to her media handles again to announce that she has had her song restored.
Read her post below;
Thank God after an intense scrutiny from Utube,finally,the verdict says Pray for the world wasn’t stolen n doesn’t reflect Jerusalema. Thank U GH,Fans n all who showed concern.Pray For the world is back on Utube n available on all digitalplatforms
SHAYGANG we won!
Ghana stand up!
— Queen Shay (@wendyshaygh) January 15, 2021