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Owners of Bayelsa nightclub, Voltage, are set to drag Mavin Records singer , Ayra Starr to court over N3M breach of contract.

Owners of the popular nightclub, Voltage, based in Yenagoa, the Bayelsa State capital, has threatened to drag Marvin Record and its artiste, Ayra Starr, also known as Oyinkansola Sarah Aderibigbe to court over alleged breach of contract to perform at an after-party organised by the club to mark one year anniversary of their Options Lounge.

It was gathered that the Voltage Nightclub had fulfilled its part of the contract by depositing the sum of N3 million to the Mavin Records but they reneged a few hours to the event with flimsy excuses recorded by the artiste and sent to the club management.

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The Chief Executive officer of the Option Lounge, owners of the Voltage Nightclub, Tonwerigha Oyintonbra Tombrown, who confirmed the development, stated in a statement that “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.

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“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”.

However, the nightclub presented to Potpourri a video of the singer apologising to the management of the club for her default.

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Tuface Idibia Reacts To Davido, Wizkid’s Reconciliation

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Nigerian Music legend, Tuface Idibia has reacted to the reconciliation of Nigeria stars, Wizkid and Davido.

Davido and Wizkid on Friday hugged each other at a Lagos nightclub.

The duo also exchanged pleasantries as Wizkid whispered into Davido’s ears while they hugged for a long time.

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The video which has gone viral has stirred reactions as fans went on social media rejoicing.

Tuface, reacting, took to his Instagram page to express joy for the reunion.

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His post read, “This put a smile on my face but Abeg Una let my song and video trend small.

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“Run up my numbers biko, no distractions.”

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Nigerian Singer Laments Excessive Demands By Sex Workers

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Controversial singer Portable has lamented the excessive demands by sex workers in Lekki.

The Zazu singer, who seems to have recently relocated to the Lagos highbrow area, made his concern known in a video on his Instagram page.

Portable said sex workers in Lekki are after their money either they render the service or not.

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He also mentioned that they even demand for their clients’ shirts while leaving his house or hotel.

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Hookup girls in Lekki are something else, they are not bothered if you got intimate with them or not, they will request for their money when it’s time to go and will also ask to take one of your shirt,” he lamented.

The singer arrived Kenya on Friday as he made his first international appearance.

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How 2Baba Made Me Feature In ‘African Queen’ Video 19 Years Ago – Annie Idibia

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Nigerian actress, Annie Idibia, on Saturday recalled how her musician husband, 2Baba, featured her in the video of his hit song, ‘African Queen’ 19 years ago.

The actress said this while referring to a recent song, Smile, where her husband again featured her in its video.

Going down memory lane, Annie took to her Instagram page to reveal that she was struggling as a model when 2Baba, then called 2face, asked her to feature in his song, African Queen.

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2Baba had released his hit song, African Queen, in 2004, shortly after his breakout from the all boys band, Plantashun Boiz.

Reflecting on that moment, Annie noted that she and her then-boyfriend, 2face, didn’t know the song would “change the entire music scene in Africa”.

The actress, who had two children for the singer, wrote, “19 years ago, while still struggling to find my feet in the modeling industry, my then-boyfriend who just broke from a boy band group called me to star in his new song (African Queen).

“We both had no idea the song would change the entire music scene in Africa and it’s narrative and also become the biggest song out of the continent.

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“Fast forward to 19 years later and almost 10 years married to that amazing rare human artist, we get to do this again! It’s #SmileSeason Guys!”

Wondering if she had mixed up the dates, she added, “I hope I got the entire math correct.”

Annie, in 2013, married 2Baba, who had other five children from two other women.

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In September 2021, their marriage was shaken as Annie accused her husband of hanging out with one of his baby mama of three, Pero, outside the country.

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