Ayra Starr, the Nigerian singer, has cancelled her shows in some European countries due to visa issues.


In a recent Instagram post, the songstress, who is presently on a concert tour, said she is cancelling her shows in Berlin, Bergenfest, and Copenhagen over visa issues.

The singer also apologised to her fans while promising “to bring an unforgettable performance as soon as the issue is resolved.”

“Visa issues have hit hard!” Starr wrote.


“Sadly, I had to cancel me performance in Berlin, Bergenfest, and Copenhagen.

“It’s incredibly frustrating, but I promise to bring an unforgettable performance as soon as the issue is resolved. Hang in there, amazing fans!”

Early last month, the Mavin Records-signed singer missed her three-city show in the US over ill health.


Ayra Starr began a fashion career at 16 before deciding to pursue a career in music.

In 2021, Don Jazzy, the Mavin Records head honcho, unveiled Ayra Starr to the general public as the label’s new signee.

In the same year, the singer put out ‘Bloody Samaritan’, a track off her debut album ‘19 & Dangerous’.

Last year, the Nigerian and Kelly Rowland, the US singer, combined for the remix of the song.


She has also won a plethora of awards and recognition for her craft.

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