Rema calls out PDP, seeks details of father’s demise

Rema calls out PDP, seeks details of father’s demise

Mavins act, Rema is not done with his outburst on social media.


The 20-year-old artiste has called out the political party, Peoples Democratic Party to seek adequate information about what happened to his late father during his final moments in a hotel room.


The Nigerian rapper, Divine Ikubor is popularly known as Rema. Rema is a singer and songwriter. He was born on the 1st of May 2000 and is also a native of Edo state.


Rema has been tweeting uncontrollably since the early hours of Monday, September 28. He has been sharing his two cents about his music career, family and personal life.


Earlier today, Rema called out Edo State PDP for allegedly killing his father, Justice Ikubor in a hotel room.


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Rema made a post on the microblogging site. Specifically, he wrote;

“PDP y’all need to explain what happened to my father in that hotel room. Justice Ikubor’s son has risen”.



This is not the first time Rema will be going political on social media.


Amidst his meltdown on the social media platform, Rema addressed the Edo State governor, Godwin Obaseki.


He first of all started by appreciating the Governor. He expressed his gratitude to him after Gov. Obaseki gave him a chance to perform when he won the seat of the Governor during his first tenure. He expressed his uttermost desire to return back to Edo State If the Governor will only call him back.


The artiste tweeted;

“Gov. Obaseki, Governor of Edo state.

Your victory party was the last place I performed as an upcoming artist after you won the election 4 years ago.

This is 4 years later, you won the election again and I’m a star now.

You’re the only one that can call me back HOME.”



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