Worldwide Development Secretary Priti Patel looked into the financing after reports that pop bunch Yegna had gotten millions from UK citizens.
The administration intended to give Girl Effect, the association which made Yegna, £11.8m somewhere in the range of 2015 and 2018.
Young lady Effect said its points had been "wilfully distorted" in the media.
The association was made by the Nike Foundation and given subsidizing by the UK's Department for International Development (DfID) to help advance ladies' privileges in creating nations. It utilized a portion of its subsidizing to make and advance Yegna.
The band, named "Ethiopia's Spice Girls", has been the subject of a long-running effort by the Daily Mail, which cases awards to the gathering were a misuse of cash.
Young lady Effect established the five-in number young lady band in 2013 to handle issues including abusive behavior at home and constrained marriage through tunes and online recordings.
The DfID said its organization with Girl Effect has finished after the audit yet demanded that "enabling ladies and young ladies around the globe stays a need".
It said the choice had not been affected by press inclusion of Yegna.
"We judge there are increasingly compelling approaches to contribute UK help," a representative stated, including that the administration will "convey stunningly better outcomes for the world's least fortunate and esteem for citizens' cash".
They play out a week after week dramatization and syndicated program on Ethiopian radio, just as running a YouTube channel. They discharged their first tune, Abet, signifying "We are here" in Ethiopia's legitimate language Amharic, four years back.