Dancehall star Mzvee clashed with childish and stubborn Wendy Shay Saturday night on United Showbiz with Nana Ama McBrown.
The two locked horns over ways females can support each other in the industry.
The conversation was held on an amateur level until Mzvee brought some maturity into the game.
Wendy Shay said female musicians supporting each other is all about posting each other on the gram.
Shay insisted that the only way for musicians to show support to one another is to post their colleague’s music on their social media pages.
According to her, they all have their brands to maintain thus it’s not always appropriate to post other brands (artistes) on their profiles.
Using the example of telcos, Mzvee said you would never see MTN posting anything about Vodafone or vice versa.
In her eyes, it, therefore, makes no sense for them as competing brands to also post each other.
More importantly, Mzvee added that posting someone on the gram to show fake love is easy, and the better way to show support is what you do behind the scenes.
The childish brain of born again Wendy Shay could not grasp this simple concept.
She insisted that posting your colleague on Instagram is the best way to show support.
She maintained that way, the public sees the support you are showing your colleague and your colleague also sees the support.
Mzvee added that better ways of showing support is to invite your colleague to share opportunities you get, shout out each other on shows and more tangible ways like that.
Shay’s mind was just stuck on the social media posting.
What shall it profit an artiste for a colleague to post you on her wall then ‘susupon’ you behind your back?
Posting on social media is easy and means nothing in the real scheme of things!
Watch their exchange below…