- Singer Rema has responded to a Twitter user who criticised his music
- According to the Mavin Records star, he is confident in his vibe and as such the troll should accept it
- Rema’s followers applauded him for the response in his comment section
Young Nigerian music star Rema has once again had his music criticised by a social media user, and this time around, he made sure to clamp down on the individual.
The critic identified as @daryl_xxl had shared a post saying Rema was misleading foreigners with the lyrics in his single, Lady, and making them believe the words he strung together were gotten from a Nigerian language.
See his tweet below:
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Reacting to the post, the music star pointed out that he never made up any of the lyrics as they were actually inspired by slang he picked up while growing up in Benin.
Rema also noted that he creates music freely and cannot limit his creativity because of what people will think about it. He urged @darly_xxl to accept the fact that he is confident in his vibe.
"I learnt all these slangs from my hood in Benin city, they all actually have meaning. I create my sounds freely, I can not limit my creativity because of “what people will think” I’m confident in my vibe, accept it. Thank you," Rema tweeted.
See the exchange below:
The young singer’s fans flooded his comment section with commendations on how he handled his critic.
Read tweets below:
Just recently, Legit.ng reported that top rapper Skales took to social media to declare himself as a huge fan of Rema. According to Skales, the Lady crooner is the future of music in the country.
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