The gifted Nigerian artist Divine Ikubor, famously known by his stage name Rema, has described an awe-inspiring moment where a few female fans marched into his lodging entryway for no particular reason.
Rema is a Nigerian vocalist and rapper who rose to fame with the arrival of the melody "Iron Man." In 2019, the artist marked a record with Jonzing World, an auxiliary of Mavin Records.
In the relatively recent past, Rema was all over online entertainment subsequent to uncovering he has never laid down with a lady and presently, he is back with one more chilling involvement in a few female fans.
In a meeting with Shopping for Sneakers, that's what Rema referenced. Four female fans came to his inn entryway at 3:00am for photos. Nonetheless, he understood there was something else to their presence besides the photo interest.click here to watch the full interview!
All things considered, Rema has had some significant acknowledgement. On January 12, 2020, he got the Soundcity MVP Awards for best new artist, and he was the main Nigerian artist assigned for the honor in 2020.
Likewise, on June 15, 2020, Rema was named Best Viewers' Choice: International Act at the 2020 BET Awards. Consequently, he was designated for the awards alongside Burna Boy and Wizkid; they were the main Nigerian artists assigned for the awards in the year 2020.
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