Divine Ikubor, a rapidly emerging Nigerian singer better known by his stage name Rema, has generated a lot of attention online with his audacious declaration.
The Afrobeat singer’s provocative statement, which he made while covering the most recent issue of Foreign digital magazine I_D, went viral online.
No one can dispute Rema’s global influence on Afrobeats, according to her.
He went on to say that his major objective is to impact future generations, not focus on awards or girls.
According to BBNgisthub, the Afrobeat musician’s performance at Monday’s Ballon d’Or award ceremony in Paris, France, brought Nigerians’ sense of pride back.
With a breathtaking performance that left guests in awe of his rendition of his chart-topping song “Calm Down,” the Afrobeat artist stole the event.
Being the first Afrobeat performer to participate at the Ballon d’Or, the singer’s performance turned into a historic victory for Nigeria.
Rema revealed a few days ago that she was a part of the Illuminati, one of the most influential secret societies in the world that houses artists all over the world.
In response to the accusations that his trademark bat emojis had sparked, the musician said he was not a part of any covert cult and asked his devoted followers to tell their newfound admirers of his history.
The Mavins singer continued to defend himself, saying that he puts too much effort into his art so that people will give credit to evildoers. Many were taken aback when Rema crowned him king and professed his love for God.