Oyinkansola Sarah Aderibigbe, better known as Ayra Starr, the well-known Nigerian musician, has apologized to her fans after being criticized for wearing a tight costume.
Ayra Starr, the singer of “Rush,” is one of the topics of debate on Twitter, a prominent microblogging service, since some people criticized her attire when she recently performed for Meta, formerly known as Facebook.
Though some praised her performance and chose to ignore her attire, others criticized the singer for being ill-dressed because she was only wearing a pair of pants.
The artist has sent a voice recording on Twitter in response to the outcry online. Oh nooo, oh wow, I’d do it again; I’d never wear short skirts again [laughs]—that’s what she says in the video with the title “I apologize.”
She went on to sing a line from her hit song “Rush,” which says, “me no get the time for the hatred and the negative energy had my focus on my money, make e dance like Poco Lee, steady green like broccoli.”
Finally, the self-described celestial creature requests that fans stream Mavin’s most recent song, “Won Da Mo.”
Given that she tends to like little skirts as her distinctive look, it is obvious that fans should anticipate seeing more of the star wearing them.