Nigerian recording artiste, Divine Ikubor, better known as Rema has held nothing back on his official Twitter page.
Today, Saturday, May 1 marks Rema’s 21st birthday, however, he has preferred to discuss personal issues in his Twitter rant; also, he touched on the issue of suicide and depression.
In the opening paragraph of his post, Rema recognized his achievement in the music industry. He gained mainstream prominence in 2019 when he was only 19.
Celebrating himself, he wrote; My Birthday wish is Good health, that’s all I need to conquer the whole world. Thank you GOD.
Delving into his outburst, Rema preached love amongst fans.
He admonished fans and the staunch lovers of artistes to desist from turning against each other.
He stated that it is quintessential for love, respect and oneness to reign in the music industry and not strife.
Rema revealed that he will be debuting a song with YBNL singer and his contemporary, Fireboy went on to reveal that unity will help the industry move forward.
Read what he wrote;
I pray the fans realize the treasures they have and focus on preserving them instead of turning them against each other.
We will all die and leave this money and fame behind with no one left for you to STAN!
Let love reign now before it’s too late!”
Rema who is the leader of the fanbase, Ravens went on to speak about self-esteem, inferiority complexity, and peer pressure.
First, he admonished photographers to quit editing his pictures and let people see him for who he truly is.
He stated that people quit seeing celebrities as perfect people who have no blemishes.
Continue reading his thread;
The 21-year-old singer went on to urge musicians and gatekeepers in the entertainment industry to give to credit music producers for their intense contribution to the industry. He also stated that there would be no-hit songs without them.
In conclusion, the young rapper used his platform to appreciate God once again for the opportunity he has been given to make something of himself.
Read the concluding part of the thread below.