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Mixed Reactions as Ayra Starr Gets Touchy with Brazilian Fans

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Ayra Starr, a Nigerian singer, received backlash from some Nigerians for her close interaction with her LGBTQ+ fans, referred to as “SabiGays,” at a concert in Brazil. The incident occurred during her performance at the C6 Festival in São Paulo on Friday.

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The SabiGays, a term created by the LGBTQ+ community in honor of Ayra Starr’s song “Sabi Girl,” were seen holding signs declaring their support. Following the concert, one of her LGBTQ+ fans, @miketrindade, shared photos of his meeting with Ayra Starr on social media, captioning it “Today I met my Starrrrrr.”

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The post quickly went viral, eliciting mixed reactions from fans, especially Nigerians.

Ayra Starr later reposted the photos on her Instagram story, showing her solidarity with her LGBTQ+ fans.

It is important to mention that Ayra Starr had previously declined an embrace from a popular Nigerian musician and fan, Jaywon, at the event, sparking a discussion about her interactions with fans from diverse backgrounds.

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Read some mixed reactions from Nigerians online;

@AGRF9: “The moment the gays start stanning you, it’s officially over: You are in for a long career.

“If you check very long and resistant female careers such as Madonna, Beyoncé, Mariah, Nicki etc., just to name a few, you will notice their careers were/are heavily supported by women and gays. These people will support you till the end of time.”

@Ikopema09: “It makes sense now why Jaywon got restricted”

@BayoOtedola: “Jaywon no even see hand hold”.

@Ojodale: “Jaywon no dey reach like this before you embarrass am”.

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