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Netflix Remove “Slay” Movie Following Wendy Shay’s Threat To Sue Producers

International streaming service Netflix has removed the South African movie titled “Slay” from it’s platform.

The removal came after Ghanaian songstress Wendy Shay threatened to sue producers of the movie for using her song without permission or authorisation.

Wendy Shay shared an excerpt from the movie last week and lamented the fact that her song, “All For You” was used in the song without her notice.

Wendy Shay called on the producers to do the needful or face her in court.
After the complaint, Netflix flagged the movie and removed it from its platform.

The movie produced by Elvis Chucks features some big actors from Ghana and Nigeria including Ramsey Noah, Kalybos and Bismark The Joke.

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ENOCH TANDOH

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