Singer, Ayra Starr in Trouble
Ayra Bayelsa’s nightclub owners Voltage are set to take Mavin Records singer Ayra Starr to court for breach of contract with N3M.
The owners of the popular nightclub, Voltage, based in Yenagoa, the state capital of Bayelsa, have threatened to drag Marvin Record and his artist, Ayra Starr, also known as Oyinkansola Sarah Aderibigbe, to court for breaking up. presumed contract to perform at an after-party. organized by the club to mark the first anniversary of their Options Lounge.
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It was understood that the Voltage Nightclub had fulfilled their part of the deal by depositing the sum of 3 million naira to the label Mavin Records, but they returned a few hours to the event with a fragile apology recorded by the artist and sent to club management.
The CEO of Option Lounge, owner of Voltage Nightclub, Tonwerigha Oyintonbra Tombrown, who confirmed the development, said in a statement that “it is to inform the general public that the planned first anniversary of Option Lounge which was billed to hold t on January 5, 2022 and the after-party to be held at Club Voltage where Mavin Records artist Ayra Starr was to perform has been postponed to another date to be communicated shortly.
“This is due to the lingering disappointment and total breach of contract for the second time from Ayra Starr and Marvin Record. We don’t understand why Ayra Starr and Marvin Record, after agreeing on a royalty which we paid in full, have consistently ignored her fans here at Bayelsa. We have consulted with our legal team and are taking all legal actions against her and Marvin Records. “
However, the nightclub presented Potpourri with a video of the singer apologizing to club management for her fault.
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