- Popular Nigerian music star, Rema, has taken to social media to blast his older colleague, DJ Neptune
- Rema called out Neptune for dropping his song without following due process and without his permission
- The Iron Man crooner warned DJ Neptune to take his ‘sh*it’ down and not to ride on his humility
Popular Nigerian singer, Rema, has now blasted DJ Neptune on social media over issues bordering on intellectual property.
Taking to his Twitter page, the Iron Man crooner called out the disk jockey for releasing his music without following due process.
According to the 21-year-old, he had pleaded with his manager behind the scenes but DJ Neptune still went behind to drop his song.
Not stopping there, Rema warned the 31-year-old DJ not to ride on his humility because he doesn’t joke with his art. He added that if Neptune was not okay with that, then he should be ready for war.
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The music star noted that he had been ‘slapped’ by the game so many times and he remained quiet because of the family he had to feed and people’s interests he had to protect.
Rema added that he knows how to mind his business and nobody should get him angry.
The music star noted that he knew he was going to make enemies after his call out but he still maintained that DJ Neptune take his ‘sh*it’ down.
See his tweets below:
Internet users react
Rema’s call out of DJ Neptune on social media was met with a series of reactions from fans. Many of them agreed with him on speaking for his right.
Read some of their comments below:
“Never in the history of "With all due respect" comes a respecting paragraph ....I like this dude....”
“See as him clear am with respect.”
“He's not proud, only artist with intelligent mindset will understand.”
“DONT RIDE ON MY HUMILITY!!! I felt that.”
“God big pass Industry .”
“Y’all stop playing with em kids. They got feelings too. Don’t trample of them like they ain’t sh*t!.”
“Make nobody vex our Rema o.”
“Respect is reciprocal. You lose your right to being respected the moment you breach or abuse someone, it doesn’t matter where you are on the food chain.”
Rema and other bright young Africans make Forbes 30 Under 30 list
It is the dream of most people to be recognised by the renowned business magazine, Forbes, and the dream came true for 30 young Africans who were celebrated by the publication.
In a new 30 under 30 Africa list released by Forbes, a number of young talents from various industries all over the continent were celebrated with six Nigerians making the list.
Popular 21-year-old Nigerian singer, Divine Ikubor, popularly known as Rema, was celebrated by Forbes as one of the 30 bright minds.