Rema charges fans to become better versions of themselves

Rema charges fans to become better versions of themselves

- Rema has taken to social media to advise his fans about rewriting their stories

- The singer shared a post on Twitter, telling his fans to be a better version of themselves

- According to the singer, they will not regret doing so

Nigerian singer Divine Ikubor, known professionally as Rema, has shared a word of advice for his fans on social media. The singer took to the popular micro-blogging platform, Twitter, to share the advice.

In the tweet, the singer asked his fans to become a better version of themselves. He noted that if they do, they would be proud.

According to him, the version of someone in the old universe would be proud once they become a better version of themselves. Rema also advised his fans to rewrite their stories.

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The Dumebi crooner became famous in 2019 after he signed a record deal with Jonzing World, a subsidiary of Mavin Records.

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The 19-year-old star from Benin City has also received recognition from a former president of the United States Barack Obama after his song Iron Man appeared on his 2019 summer playlist.

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Meanwhile, Legit.ng had earlier reported that Nigerian music star and son of billionaire David Adeleke, popularly known as Davido, recently shared a piece of information with members of the internet community.

The music star who is very much loved for his kindheartedness and dedication to helping people that are in need noted that having a good heart does not work in Nigeria.

Davido’s tweet comes as a surprise as the singer is well known for his popular mantra ‘we rise by lifting reach other’, which appears to be a personal guide for helping him add his effort to making the world a better place.

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The singer's opinion on kindness had got some of his followers wondering what was going on.

A follower identified as FabolousFablez noted that having a good heart only works when people offer help without expecting anything in return.

Another follower urged Davido to continue doing good to others and expect his reward from the alright.

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