Reactions to Ayra Starr’s outfit at 2024 Grammy Awards
Written by maxfmeditor3 on February 5, 2024
Social media erupted with mockery directed at the fast-rising singer, Ayra Starr, for her choice of outfit at the 2024 Grammy Awards.
Ayra Starr, renowned for her penchant for skimpy and provocative attire, didn’t deviate from expectations as she graced the 66th Academy Awards in a blue bra and a revealing skirt.
Despite being nominated in the Best African Music Performance category for her hit “Stability,” Ayra Starr faced disappointment, losing out to Tyla. The online sphere buzzed with commentary on both her fashion choice and the awards outcome.
See some reactions below,
One Weweo wrote, “They have her on the worst-dressed list
One Aisha Molly wrote, “Nah, she looks old Abi na my eyes. Too much Garri dey affect my eyes?
One Chris Mbah Official wrote, “Your stylist needs to go back to school
One Bread Boi402 wrote, “At least dem for days her clothes. Miss nakedness
One Chris Made wrote, “Cover up, where is your guardian?
One Dream Chairs wrote, “Why she dress like olosho na
One Ivy Kush wrote, “Sabi girl nor dey too like clothes
One Ada Ugoson wrote, “She for wear net top and pant
One I Am Sam wrote, “Nigeria’s Ariana Grande
One Chuks Andre wrote, “Gen Z baddie”.
This hasn’t been the first occasion when Ayra Starr faced online criticism for her unconventional attire.
In 2022, during the Meta concert, the Mavins singer, a performer that night, chose a daring ensemble – a mini-skirt, a small top, and her iconic high boots.
The social media uproar ensued, triggered by the skirt’s minimal coverage of her private areas.
In response to the backlash, Ayra Starr initially apologized to Nigerians for her outfit. However, she later shifted her stance, standing firm against critics. She not only pledged to continue wearing such outfits but also advised them to mind their own business.
The previous year, Ayra confronted those, particularly men, who consistently criticized her clothing choices.
In a candid address, she labeled those disparaging her attire as “useless men” and accused them of seeking attention. The situation escalated when she boldly declared that her actions primarily cater to her female audience.
Weeks ago, Ayra Starr addressed criticism over her latest performance attire, reinforcing her previous stand against those who question her choices. Once again, she emphasized that her actions primarily aim to resonate with her female audience.