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Afrobeat Singer Rema Opens Up On Joining Illuminati



Nigerian singer, Divine Ikubor, popularly known as Rema, has finally reacted to the viral rumours about joining the Illuminati.

The Editor reports that Rema, in a post on his official Instagram stories on Wednesday, denied connection with the secret society.


While clarifying the Illuminati reports, Rema urged his fan base, known as Ravers, to educate his new fans and make findings about his background and heritage.

The ‘Calm Down’ crooner described the Illuminati as trash and ‘Jesus as the king’, adding that he works too hard to make his music glorify supernatural forces.


He said: “Day 1 Ravers, help me educate the new Ravers that I have been on this bat shit for a long time. You all would have so much clarity if you easily Google where I’m from, what the key colours of my heritage are, what flies in the skies of Benin every evening, etc.

“As I evolve, my execution will evolve unapologetically. Please know your artist. It is why I do interviews. And that Illuminati talk is trash. I work too hard to create art for you guys to give the glory to some diabolical shit. Dead it now. Jesus is King.”


Meanwhile, Rema, met Rwandan President Paul Kagame at the presidential palace in Kigali on Sunday.

The Editor reports that Rema linked up with Kegame after attending the 2023 Trace Music Awards in Kigali on Saturday, where he won the Global African Artist of the Year and Song of the Year with ‘Calm Down’.


Speaking during his visit to the President, the music star said the country gives him a sense of belonging, and he can rest without travelling overseas.


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