Ayra Starr and Mavin Records are in hot water after allegedly avoiding an event after a N3M payment was made.
Nigerian singer and MAVIN Records artist, Ayra Starr and her record label, Mavin Records, are facing a breach of contract action from Bayelsa’s Voltage nightclub. LATEST CELEBRITY BREAKING NEWS The ‘Bloody Samaritan’ singer was meant to perform at Options Lounge’s first-anniversary party, but she didn’t show up after being paid. As a result, the event…
Nigerian singer and MAVIN Records artist, Ayra Starr and her record label, Mavin Records, are facing a breach of contract action from Bayelsa's Voltage nightclub.
The ‘Bloody Samaritan' singer was meant to perform at Options Lounge's first-anniversary party, but she didn't show up after being paid.
As a result, the event was canceled, and the club pledged to announce a new date for the event as soon as possible.
According to reports, Voltage nightclub paid the Mavin Records label N3 million but was still let down by both the artist and her group.
Taking to their Instagram page to announce their next line of action, they wrote:
“This is to inform the general public that the planned 1st anniversary of Option Lounge which was billed to hold on 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 Mavin Records. We do not understand why Ayra Starr and Mavin Records 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 mercenaries against her and Mavin Records.
“As a business, we hold our esteem customers very high and we cannot disappoint them for the second time; hence the need for this publication. We sincerely apologise for the inconvenience that this may have caused you for the second time. Please accept our apologies”.
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