Renowned Ghanaian music producer and musician David Kwamena Bolton popularly known as D’kaybee is unhappy with how some people are roasting Wendy Shay over her iPhone achievement.
He has asked them to give the RufTown Records First Lady some breathing space.
Wendy Shay told TV Africa in an interview she can now afford to buy the latest iphone, iPad and camera.
These items she said she couldn’t have afforded when she was a practising nurse in Germany but just a year she ventured into music, she can purchase them.
Her statement provoked the anger of many Ghanaians who took to social media to register their disappointment in her, claiming she they were nothing to write home about.
Speaking on the issue on Daybreak Hitz program on Hitz FM, D’kaybee said there is absolutely nothing wrong with Wendy’s admission.
The entertainment critic commended Wendy Shay for being able to afford things she needed and wanted on her own.
D’kaybee added Ghanaian youth had to be encouraged to follow suit rather than take a short cut to wealth.
David Kwamena Bolton started out as a computer whiz kid in the late 80’s and founded a company when he was 14 years old.
He developed a software for the British health service two years later and that earned him an official letter of recognition from the then British Prime Minister.
Upon his arrival in Ghana after a formal invitation from the Government of Ghana, he founded a software development house, where he specialized in public sector computerization.
His expertise in software development and technological innovation are being put to good use as the Technical Director at SOFTtribe.
DKB studios, formerly DKB productions, has aided music talents such as VIP, Obrafour, Reggie Rockstone, K.K Fosu, Ex-Doe, and a host of other talents.