Few moments ago, Popular Nigerian Singer and Songwriter, Serah Aderibigbe known professionally as Ayra Starr publicly came out to react after a fan compared her to American Singer, Beyonce.
The fan who's identified as "Milo" stated that the Mavin Record Label signing is slowly replacing Beyonce in the Music Industry.
"In his Words"
"Ayra is slowly replacing Beyonce in the Music Industry", he wrote but that doesn't seems to go down too well with Ayra Starr as she took to social media to react stating that people keeps setting her up for draggings.
"In her Words"
"Una go just the set me up for draggings", The Afrobeat Singer wrote and it stirred massive reactions from the general public.
Ayra Starr is currently one of the hottest Afrobeat Singer in the World, she came into prominence some couple of years back after signing for Mavin Record Label and ever since then, she has managed to carve a nitch for herself.
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