Ayra Starr Lands In Legal Trouble As She Failed To Show Up For A Show
The owners of Bayelsa nightclub Voltage are planning to sue Mavin Records artist Ayra Starr for breach of contract worth N3M.
The owners of Voltage, a prominent nightclub in Yenagoa, Bayelsa State’s capital, have attempted to sue Marvin Record and its performer, Ayra Starr, also known as Oyinkansola Sarah Aderibigbe, for reportedly violating a contract agreement to play at the club’s Options Lounge’s one-year anniversary after-party.
The Voltage Nightclub was said to have completed their half of the contract by depositing N3 million with Mavin Records, but they backed out of the event a few hours later with bogus justifications recorded by the singer and submitted to the club management.
Tonwerigha Oyintonbra Tombrown, the Chief Executive Officer of Option Lounge, the owners of the Voltage Nightclub, announced the development in a statement, saying, “This is to inform the general public that the planned One year anniversary of Option Lounge which was billed to hold t 5th January 2022 and the after-party which was to hold at Club Voltage where Ayra Starr, a Mavin Records artist was to perform has been shifted forward to another date that will be communicated soon.
“This is due to the persistent disappointment and complete breach of contract for the second time from Ayra Starr and Marvin Record. We do not understand why Ayra Starr and Marvin Record, after agreeing on a fee which we paid in full, have consistently disregarded her fans here in Bayelsa. We have consulted our legal team and we are taking all legal actions against her and Marvin Records”.