Rufftown Records signee, Wendy Shay has finally got her song back ang up on YouTube for public consumption after winning copyright case.
The songstress was in the news, making the trends days back following a take down notice after receiving a copyright strike on her newly released song dubbed ” Pray For The World”.
The video was taken off the America video streaming platform YouTube because of some similarities it shared with that of “Jerusalema” a song by South African star Master KG.
Wendy has since then been bashed on social media by haters slamming her for stealing someone else’s content even though she made it clear that she never stole anybody’s content and that her lawyers were gonna work on solving the issue.
The singer on Friday January 15, 2021 took to her social to announce the good news to her fans took to her instagram page where she announce that the issue has been resolved and YouTube has restored the content onto its platform.
She added in her post that all bloggers who posted it on their blogs as the song was pulled down by YouTube should not forget to use their mediums to announce as it has been restored and available for streaming once again.
Below reads her post with the hashtag #prayfortheworldisback”.
“SHAYGANG we won ..yes we move ! SG ur Queen never stole any song oo …Pray for the world is back on YouTube and all digital platforms. Please all the BLOGGERS who posted it when it was taken down kindly let the world know is back on YouTube. Let’s push positive news too. Thank you 🙏🏾 Ghana Stand Up !#prayfortheworldisback”.