Wendy Shay’s ‘Uber Driver’ not Profane | its a Road Safety Campaign Song – Bullet to Abeiku Santana

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Abeiku Santana has already expressed his disapproval to the lyrical content of some of the songs written by songwriter and RuffTown Records boss Bullet.

Last week, employing Wendy Shay‘s new single ‘Uber Driver’ — a song written by the artiste manager as a case study, the host of Ekwanso Dwoodwoo on Accra-based Okay 101.7 FM said Bullet‘s lyrics are mainly immoral and has the tendency of bastardizing the youth.

“What kind of songwriter is he [Bullet]? Why can’t he write songs which talks more on morality but always putting something across to corrupt the youth?,” he rhetorically asked.

However, reacting to this, Bullet has stated that the song is not preaching immorality but rather a campaign song for road safety.

“Uber driver by Wendy Shay is a road safety campaign song and not profane.stop watching women buttocks while driving cos it can lead u to accident!don’t watch buttocks and drive,” he shared on Facebook.

Wendy Shay released the music video to ‘Uber Driver’ on 1st June 2018 and has already earned half a million views.

Source: eFocusLive.com

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