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Video of how Singer Ayra Starr Disrespected King Sunny Ade

Video of how Singer Ayra Starr Disrespected King Sunny Ade
Video of how Singer Ayra Starr Disrespected King Sunny Ade

Singer Ayra Starr’s real name is Oyinkansola Sarah Aderibigbe. She was born on 14 June 2002 and was raised in Cotonou, Benin. Currently, she resides in Lagos, Nigeria, where she pursues her music profession.

Chief Sunday Adeniyi Adegeye, popularly known as King Sunny Adé, is a renowned Nigerian jùjú singer, songwriter, and multi-instrumentalist. He was born on September 22, 1946, and has played a significant role in the global recognition of African music. King Sunny Adé’s contribution to the music industry has earned him praise as one of the first African pop musicians to achieve international success, and he is widely acknowledged as one of the most influential musicians of all time.

How Singer Ayra Starr Disrespected King Sunny Ade

In a widely circulated online video, Ayra Starr, known for the hit song “Sability,” was observed displaying a disrespectful greeting to veteran singer King Sunny Ade at an event. In her typical revealing attire, Ayra Starr bent down to greet a woman and then proceeded to pass by Burna’s mother to greet King Sunny Ade while remaining in a standing position.

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Singer Ayra Starr tenders public apology to King Sunny Ade

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Ayra Starr clarified that she considers herself a traditional Yoruba girl and didn’t intend to show disrespect. She explained that her actions were influenced by the overwhelming lights and nervousness she experienced upon entering the venue.

In the post shared via her page on popular microblogging platform X formerly called Twitter, Ayra Starr wrote;” 😭😭 I’m so sorry , I had just walked in and all the lights and nerves didn’t let me see but i came back around to greet everyone properly, I have never been that girl to be disrespectful, I’m a proper Yoruba girlllll and the video didn’t start until after I’d greeted burna’s mom ! I’m very sorry to the legend, uncle and King Sunny Ade.”

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