“My waist is bent from carrying Afrobeats on my back this year” – Ayra Starr laments; netizens react

Fast-rising Nigerian singer Ayra Starr has lamented over carrying Afrobeats on her back.

The Mavins singer in a tweet revealed that she can’t stand straight again. Explaining further, she said her waist is bent from carrying Afrobeats on her back this year. Ayra Starr is no doubt hinting at being the one keeping Afrobeat at the front center.

“Guys I actually can’t stand straight, it’s not my fault My waist is bent from carrying afrobeats on my back this year”.

Ayra Starr says she is tired of carrying Afrobeats on her back

See some reactions to her tweet below,

One Affordable Website Developer wrote, “She deserves her flowers. She is very talented. After Beyonce, Adele, Taylor Swift and Rihanna, she is next. I like it when women try to work and earn legitimately too ok their own. It commands respect

One Henry Aniegboka wrote, “If to say na Davido talk this one, panic go full everywhere

One Nzubechii wrote, “Pride don dey enter this girl small small. Davido, Burna and Wizkid won’t like this

One Elias wrote, “You didn’t stand straight even before carrying it

One Beks FCB wrote, “Growing wings eh?

One TL wrote, “Valid. No wonder Wizkid dey stand like ruler

One Kara wrote, “What are you cooking

One Trey wrote, “Let her cook

One Emeka wrote, “Keep standing in Italics. We love you like that

One Obing Roviel wrote, “She’s not lying”.

Since entering the music industry, Ayra Starr has undoubtedly made her mark as the next generation of Afrobeat. The Mavins singer scored a major milestone in her career with a BET Award nomination. She was nominated for the Best New Artist award category alongside a South African singer and other emerging artists.

The ‘Commas’ singer had also gotten a past nomination from the Grammys; although she didn’t win, it remains a huge achievement.

Last month, in a sit-down interview with Spotify, Ayra revealed the connecting dots in her life that led to stardom at a young age. She stated that at the age of ten, she knew she would be famous like the fictional Disney character Hannah Montana, even though she didn’t know how she would achieve that.

Recently, Ayra recounted her first meeting with American singer and businesswoman Rihanna at the launch of her Fenty business in London. She said she never knew Rihanna was real until she saw her and stressed that she didn’t know Rihanna was a human being like her. She went on to show encomium on Rihanna and disclosed that the billionaire singer gave her career advice, which she would keep to herself.

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