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You are not my pastor, says Ayra Starr to those who criticize her dressing

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Oyinkansola Sarah Aderibigbe, nicknamed Ayra Starr, a Nigerian musician, has responded to critics of her fashion taste.

FTN remembers that the “Bloody Samaritan” singer has received harsh criticism for her skimpy attire on social media.

However, in a recent interview with Kiss FM in London, Ayra Starr stated that her detractors do not have the authority to counsel her.

Only her pastor, mother, and Jesus, she claims, can counsel her on what to wear.

She said: “You are not my pastor, you are not Jesus, you are not my mother, so keep it to yourself. I don’t wanna know. I don’t give a damn.”

She revealed on the show that she would be joining the fashion industry in the future.

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