- Nigerian Singer Rema who is celebrating his birthday on Saturday, May 1, made a series of posts on Twitter
- In one of them, the musician asked photographers to stop editing his pictures to make him look perfect by erasing his pimples
- Rema's fans took to his comment in droves as they expressed mixed reactions towards his tweet
Popular Nigerian musician, Rema, is celebrating his 21st birthday and his official Twitter page is filled with many thoughts.
Among the series of tweets the singer made was a stern warning to photographers. He told them to stop editing his photos in the bid to mislead people into thinking he is perfect.
He told his millions of followers on the bird app that he does not flow with the rules of the game, adding that he does not want people getting unnecessarily pressured.
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The musician said he wants people to love him for who he really is and not the edited version of himself.
As at the time of writing this report, his tweet has gathered thousands of reactions, putting his name at the top table of Nigerian trends on Twitter.
Legit.ng compiled some of the reactions below:
"Very valid, fake life don dey too much."
"Untop seh you dey do birthday nahin cause all this misyarn.... If you con dey do wedding unko."
"Allow me handle ur shoot and I promise I'll not edit ur pimples."
"Going to search how to get pimples, cos rema has, make e balance."
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Meanwhile, Legit.ng earlier reported that the singer took to his social media page to show his fans and followers his new necklace and his jeweller.
The singer seemed to be following in Davido's footsteps as he noted that others have been showing off their jewellers. In a video he shared online, Rema unveiled his jeweller Johnny Dang.
A peek through Rema's Jeweller's IG page shows that he is based in California and also sells to A-list artistes in the US like Kodak Black, Mayweather, Rick Ross, Meek Mill among others.