Wendy Shay Discusses Her Approach to Social Media and Mental Health
Ghanaian singer Wendy Shay has opened up about her decision to avoid reading comments about her posts on social media. Speaking on Daybreak Hitz, the artist, known for her hit song “Survivor,” revealed that she refrains from reading comments to safeguard her mental health. Wendy Shay, who considers herself one of the most cyberbullied Ghanaian musicians on social media, emphasized the importance of prioritizing her well-being.
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“I don’t read comments. I don’t do that for my sanity and mental health. Being an artiste who has been cyberbullied, I don’t care about others’ opinions. My team goes for feedback, so I manage my account with them. I put things out there, but I don’t check them,” she explained.
Furthermore, Wendy Shay discussed her spiritual life and mentioned that she used to make jokes about her Christian faith. However, she has since become more focused and committed to her spiritual journey. She shared, “I meditate and pray a lot. I am very spiritual, and everything comes from the spirit realm. I try to understand why I am feeling the way I am feeling. I try to surround myself with positive people. My circle is very tight because I am selective about the people I allow into my life.”