Ayra Starr Misses Houston Show Due To Health Issues
She was urged to take a break right away.
By Omotayo Olutekunbi
Due to health concerns, Nigerian singer Oyinkansola Sarah Aderibigbe, also known as Ayra Starr, has been told to seek immediate bed rest.
The Mavin Signee had been supposed to play at the Houston Industry Night Show, but he had to postpone because of a medical issue.
In a statement made on her Instagram story, Ayra Starr expressed her sorrow for being unable to perform at the event and apologized to her supporters. The singer said,
She said, “DC, VA, and Houston Your girl is going through it. My doctor has advised me to slow down; hence, I’m on immediate bed rest. I’m so sorry I couldn’t meet every one of you as planned. I’m also sorry you feel let down, but I promise to be back in a special way for you when we have a magical time. I appreciate your prayers and well-wishes. #styvesdc #somethinginthewater #industryniteusa.”
Ayra Starr’s name reportedly showed up in a test at the Catholic University of Eastern Africa in Nairobi, Kenya, recently. Her blockbuster song “Rush” was included as a required question in the test, which was given to second-year students in the Department of Marketing and Management.
A disgruntled Kenyan student posted a screenshot of the exam on Twitter along with a critique of their lecturer for prioritizing a musician’s song over the other topics on the syllabus.
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