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A Nigerian man criticizes Ayra Starr for not including more female artists in her work.



A man took to social media to criticize Ayra Starr for featuring only two female artists on her album, despite claiming to sing for women.

The man, known as @lekanforthegods on Twitter, expressed concern about her album rollout and the choice of featured artists.

Ayra Starr, known for making music mostly for women, is set to release her second album titled “The Year I Turned 21”, with 4 male artists and 2 female artists.

This decision surprised many, especially men, who expected to see more female artists collaborating with her on the album.

see his post below :

Responses to his tweet varied:

@Officially_Kriz asked why she didn’t feature more female artists, suggesting Tiwa Savage and Simi as possible collaborators.

@playfullyfunny expressed surprise at her choice, wondering if Ayra Starr doesn’t like Nigeria, despite her international ambitions.

@Olasunkanmi_07 jokingly suggested featuring Teni and jokingly warned against any potential backlash.

@lennox_rn defended Ayra Starr’s creative freedom, stating that artists can choose what works best for them, even if it means fewer female collaborations.

@whoisshady suggested that Ayra Starr should have included more female artists on her album.