Netflix has not heard the last of it from Wendy Shay.
The artiste had called out the streaming giants last month for hosting a movie who had used her track without her permission.
‘Slay’, a movie that has now been pulled down from Netflix, became guilty after being spotted using Wendy Shay’s intellectual property.
She uploaded a footage of the movie on her Instagram page, as she recorded the part that her song was used with the caption:
“So, I watched this movie last night on Netflix and my song, ‘All for you’ was featured without my consent or that of my management. Producers of the movie ‘Slay’, it is a crime to use someone’s intellectual property without her consent. Kindly do the needful or i will see y’all in court.”
While speaking in an interview on Okay FM with Abeiku Santana on the Ekwansodwodwo show she advised that it is always necessary to seek the permission of people before using their intellectual properties.
Wendy Shay advised all content users in Ghana sort out the owner of the property even before using the content for their own works.
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