- Nigerian singer Rema has given his fans on social media a cause for concern
- The young act went on an emotional Twitter rant and made some worrisome revelations
- Rema confessed to stealing a laptop once and how he needed to fend for his family
- The singer similarly tweeted about his experience with some colleagues in the entertainment industry
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Popular Nigerian singer Divine Ikubor aka Rema has given his fans and followers on social media a cause for serious concern after unleashing a barrage of posts on his Twitter page.
The singer known for mostly promoting his art on social media or occasionally engaging with fans shared a lot of deeply personal tweets in which he highlighted his past and present experiences in the music industry.
Rema’s first tweet started off with the young musician speaking about how a lot of people think he is undeserving of his current position even when they have no idea about what he has gone through.
According to the Mavin signee, he got to the top with his fair share of struggle and countless rejections.
Rema while addressing industry colleagues noted that no one should label him as a proud or rude artist simply because he keeps to himself in social settings.
According to the singer, it is all because he is very protective of his spirit and flesh.
See tweets below:
In a different round of tweets, the Mavin act extended his appreciation to former US president, Barrack Obama, for listening to his music. Rema disclosed that he made the particular song Obama liked at the age of 18 and a whole of people never believed in the record as he did.
Similarly, the musician also made mention of how he was already making money before D’Prince brought him into the Mavin crew.
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Rema in a different tweet called out a female lover who ditched him before his success.
Also appreciating someone else who helped his career, the singer gave a worthy mention to popular producer Ozedikus, who had broken his managements rules by sneakily sending beats to him.
According to Rema, all the beats ended up producing hit songs.
Rema also apologized to one Eric whose laptop he stole in 2017. According to him, he was the only man in the family at the time and had to do all in his power to fend for them.
More tweets from the singer below:
It seems Rema's posts got his management worried as the singer voiced out that someone was trying to change his password.
See tweet below:
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Meanwhile, Legit.ng previously reported that GQ named Rema among other top shots as one of the "27 musicians to make 2020 better".
The famous men's magazine profiled him as a person who commands great sounds with a story of resilience and self-worth. Other international acts on the list of 27 are Roddy Ricch and Doja Cat, to name a few.
Mavin star Rema speaks on Obama approving his music | Legit TV