Ayra Starr, the popular musician, has issued an apology to King Sunny Ade after facing criticism for perceived disrespect towards the juju music icon.

The viral video capturing 21-year-old Oyinkansola Aderibigbe shaking hands with King Sunny Ade caused a social media stir, with many accusing her of disrespecting the music icon.

Ayra Starr later took to her social media handle to extend an apology to the legend, expressing that she had no intention of disrespecting him.

“I’m so sorry, I had just walked in and all the lights and nerves didn’t let me see but I came back around to greet everyone properly.

“I have never been that girl to be disrespectful. I’m a proper Yoruba girlllll and the video didn’t start until after I’d greeted Burna’s mom! I’m very sorry to the legend, uncle, and King Sunny Ade,” she wrote.

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  1. So King Sunny Ade is an uncle to you? Haaaaaa…Yoruba culture is going into extinction!!. A trained parent will always give rise to a trained child. Shiiiitt!!

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